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Order of December 14, 2021 No. 3581-r

Creating conditions for realizing the professional, labor and entrepreneurial potential of young people – this is the main goal of the long-term program to promote youth employment until 2030. The document was approved by the Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

Within the framework of the program, it is planned to develop additional mechanisms to promote youth employment, to make modern education more consistent with the requirements of employers, to create conditions that will allow students to combine education with work or business.

To solve these problems, the program provides for 32 events. These include the provision of subsidies to employers for the employment of young people who often find it difficult to find work, for example, people with disabilities, improvement of the procedure for the formation and distribution of target figures for admission to colleges and universities in order to bring them as close as possible to the needs of the labor market.

In addition, the program provides for assistance in the relocation of young people to regions where there is a shortage in the labor market, the organization of practical training for students from individual entrepreneurs, as well as the launch of the “Country of Masters” project, which will provide an opportunity for personal support of youth in entrepreneurship.

It is assumed that within the framework of the program, up to 200 thousand people will be annually covered by direct support measures.

As a result of all these measures, the unemployment rate among young people should decrease significantly: by 2024 the share of employed graduates should reach 85%, and by 2030 – 92%.

More than 9.9 billion rubles will be allocated to finance the programme’s activities in 2022.

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