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The Ministry of Natural Resources will update the statistics on specialists required for the geological industry

The Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation, Sergey Donskoy, will conduct a revision of the specialists required for the geological industry. According to the press service of the Ministry of Natural Resources, he stated this at an operational meeting.

"Next year, the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation will begin qualitative and quantitative monitoring of the demand for specialists trained by geological universities in the country," the head of the department said. “We received such centralized statistics for the last time only in 2002. Meanwhile, the data on the staff of the geological industry must be updated as often as possible in order to formulate training programs for students that meet the real needs of the market. Thus, we will be able to reconcile the interests of the departments of universities and companies - not only in terms of industrial practice, but also in the field of primary education of students, ”the minister emphasized.

At the moment, an assignment has already been given to the territorial bodies of Rosnedra to conduct a survey of subsoil users for their needs in the staff. Monitoring will identify the market situation of specialists for the geological industry, their age and professional composition.

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