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Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova held a regular meeting of the interdepartmental working group to respond to the situation developing on the labor market. The agenda includes employment issues for graduates of 2024, as well as a discussion of the draft “road map” of the Trans-Baikal Territory.

“This year, about 1.7 million university and college graduates will enter the labor market. It is important that young specialists are in maximum demand in significant and promising areas for the development of our country,” said Tatyana Golikova. – This year is also marked by the first release of our flagship project “Professionality”. Within its framework, 138 thousand specialists were trained.”

At the end of the 2023/2024 academic year, about 860 thousand graduates of secondary specialized educational institutions will enter the labor market, which is almost 30 thousand more than last year.

As Deputy Minister of Education Anastasia Zyryanova said, 522 thousand graduates, or 60.5%, already have job offers, 21% are planning to serve in the army, 14% will continue their studies and only 2.5% are at risk of being unemployed. Targeted employment work is carried out with graduates through college career centers.

The largest proportion of graduates, 45.2%, will graduate in technical specialties, 10.9% in health care specialties, and 6.5% will acquire specialties in the field of education.

Of the graduates of the “Professionality” project, 64.3% already have job offers.

20 thousand graduates were trained under targeted contracts, which ensures almost 100% of their employment.

In the current academic year, about 824 thousand students will graduate from bachelor’s, specialist’s and master’s programs in the higher education system, which is 10 thousand more than last year. About 35 thousand children are completing their training under targeted contracts, which means they are already provided with jobs.

Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education Dmitry Afanasyev noted that 68% of graduates of bachelor’s and specialty programs are expected to find employment, 84% of graduates of master’s programs, 90% of graduate students. At the same time, 21% of graduates are planning other forms of employment – military service, maternity leave and continuing education.

Following the discussion, Tatyana Golikova instructed the Ministry of Education and Science and the Ministry of Education, in accordance with their areas of competence, to bring to the regions, the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Labor detailed results of monitoring the 2024 graduation rate for secondary and higher education programs in the context of subjects, professions and specialties, including for targeted agreements and the “Professionalism” program “, including information on the number of graduates.

The regions were instructed to work out the issue of employment of graduates of 2024 in accordance with the needs of specific enterprises and organizations for personnel, posted on the unified digital platform “Work in Russia”.

The Ministry of Labor, together with the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Education and Science and the Ministry of Industry and Trade, will conduct an analysis of the structure of supply and demand in the labor market using the example of one region for subsequent consideration of this issue by an interdepartmental working group.

In addition, at the meeting they heard a report on the finalization of the draft “road map” until 2030 to correct current trends in the labor market of the Trans-Baikal Territory, which was previously considered by the interdepartmental working group. The project was revised taking into account comments and approved. The regional government has been instructed to begin implementing the road map measures.

The Ministry of Labor has been instructed to continuously monitor all previously approved “road maps” and promptly respond to the risks of non-implementation of their measures.

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