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Sakhalin does not have enough financiers and electricians

More than 1800 people will be admitted to training programs for training skilled workers, employees and mid-level professionals at the expense of budgetary allocations in the Sakhalin Oblast this year, said Irina Trutneva, Deputy Chairman of the Sakhalin Oblast Government.

According to the information policy department of Sakhalin, according to economic forecasts for the medium term up to 2020 in the Sakhalin region, the growth in the number of employed will be observed in the following activities: agriculture; production and distribution of electricity, gas and water; culture and health; construction and service.

The most demanded will be financiers, engineers and technicians for various types of production, mechanics having specialization in the field of automobile, sea transport, construction and road machinery and equipment, medical workers and teachers. Among the working professions, there will still be a need for highly qualified electricians, electric gas welders, builders, metal fitters for repair of equipment, installers of steel and reinforced concrete structures, oil and gas production operators, drivers of cars and other road machinery, machine operators, vegetable growers, cooks, confectioners.

In the new academic year, admission for training citizens through programs for the training of skilled workers, employees and middle-level specialists will be carried out according to the 21 profession and 25 specialties of secondary vocational education. The total amount of control figures for admission in the current year will be 1810 people.

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