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Arctic education adjusted to investor needs

Arctic education adjusted to investor needs
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The Ministry of Eastern Development proposes to create a training plan for the Arctic. According to preliminary data from the ministry, over 15 thousand new jobs should appear in the region over 200 years.

With the implementation of large investment projects in the Arctic, the economy of the region will require new labor. However, while the Ministry of East Development wants to decide on a training plan for such personnel, reports tass. Intend to prepare a plan this year 

According to Alexander Krutikov, deputy head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, first of all, it is necessary to adjust the education system in the Arctic so that it fully satisfies the demand of investors in the workforce.

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