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The authorities of the Jewish Autonomous Region controls the situation on the labor market

Measures to stabilize the labor market in today's economic conditions are included in the plan for ensuring sustainable economic development and social stability in the Jewish Autonomous Region for 2015.

According to the employment management of the regional government, at the moment the labor market in the EAO is quite stable. This is evidenced by the weekly monitoring.

So, as of February 4, 2015, the level of registered unemployment is 0,84 percent of the economically active population, the number of unemployed citizens who are registered in the employment centers of the region amounted to 738 people, the coefficient of tension in the labor market is 0,09 unemployed for one vacancy. Free jobs reported to the employment service at the end of the reporting period amounted to 8445 units against 9020 units on January 28, 2015 and 10544 for the same period last. Nine organizations are now part-time, with 476 people versus six organizations and 199 people as of the corresponding date in 2014.

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