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Nearly 100 thousand unemployed registered per month in the Far East

Nearly 100 thousand unemployed registered per month in the Far East
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From May 1 to June 3, 97,6 thousand unemployed were registered in the Far Eastern Federal District. Of these, only 15,1 thousand people were able to find a job. The most difficult situation has developed in Buryatia, Transbaikalia and Primorye.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern Development and Development, the number of unemployed in Buryatia quadrupled - almost 17 thousand people, in Transbaikalia - 2,8 times 10,8 thousand people, in the Primorsky Territory - 2,4 times 15,1 , XNUMX thousand people. Most often, employees engaged in wholesale and retail trade, agriculture, and education have lost their jobs over the past month.

At the same time, 192,2 thousand vacancies remain vacant in the Far East. Since April, their number has grown by 11,9 thousand. They are most effectively employed in Sakhalin. They found work for 49,3% of applicants. In Kolyma, only 1,7% of people registered were employed, in Buryatia - 4,3%.

Frightening numbers were announced at a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trutnev. He instructed the Russian Ministry of Labor and the ARCK DV to present a package of measures aimed at reducing unemployment in the Far Eastern regions by June 15.

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