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The unemployment rate in Crimea is only 3.9%

The unemployment rate in Crimea is only 3.9%

CrimeaPRESS reports:

Slightly higher than the all-Russian three percent, but still low.

As of September 1, 20,851 vacancies were opened in Crimea. Of these, more than 12 thousand are in working professions. This was during a live broadcast organized by the Center for Regional Management of the Republic of Crimea, said Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Protection of the Republic of Crimea Danil Stadnik.

He noted that 4,706 Crimeans are registered in order to find a suitable job.

The number of vacancies we have is several times greater than the number of applicants. In Crimea, as well as throughout the country, the unemployment rate is declining. The overall unemployment rate in the region at the beginning of September was 3.9%— said Danil Stadnik.

In addition, 923 jobs suitable for the employment of disabled people have been opened in Crimea.

In a live broadcast organized by the Regional Management Center of the Republic of Crimea, Danil Stadnik spoke about the opportunity to get a profession in demand for free, employment of minors and answered other questions of concern to Crimeans.

Full broadcast recording available link.

«Average Crimean» indicators are slightly higher than the national ones. Interestingly, the unemployment rate in Russia this summer reached a new historical low: in July it was exactly 3% of the workforce, without seasonal factor. About it informed Rosstat in a report on the socio-economic situation of the country in January-July this year.

The unemployment rate in Russia has been steadily decreasing since the beginning of 2022. In January 2022, before the start of hostilities on the territory of Ukraine and the imposition of tough sanctions, it was 4.4%. In April last year, the figure passed the 4% mark.

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