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About 300 temporary jobs will be created in Khabarovsk

About 300 temporary jobs will be created in Khabarovsk
Photo: khabarovskadm.ru

About 300 temporary jobs will be created in Khabarovsk as part of the federal program "Additional measures aimed at reducing tension in the labor market." 228 employers have already submitted preliminary applications to attract 51 employees to the city employment center.

According to Elena Danilenko, director of the city Employment Center, the Russian government has allocated more than four billion rubles to the regions to create temporary jobs. Each subject determines the procedure for implementing this federal program independently. Now the document is undergoing the approval procedure in the government of the Khabarovsk Territory.

According to the press service of the city administration, the Khabarovsk Territory received about 35,5 million rubles from the reserve fund of the Russian government to create temporary jobs. The regional capital will receive about 50% of this amount. Tentatively, support measures will start working in mid-August.

State support will create about 300 temporary jobs in the city. This applies to specialists who find themselves in a forced downtime at their main place of work and are ready to temporarily perform non-core work for the duration of the restrictions.

Employers creating temporary jobs will be reimbursed for up to three months. The amount will not exceed one minimum wage per month for each of the employees involved. In Khabarovsk, the amount will be 14,5 thousand rubles.

For those who lost their jobs or income due to coronavirus restrictions in the region, they began to pay targeted six thousand rubles each. Such help in the Khabarovsk Territory received more than 4,6 thousand people.

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