The Chechen Republic is one of three regions of Russia, which recorded a significant decline in the labor market tension. This was reported on the website of the Federal Service for Labour and Employment.
In May this year the ratio of tension on the labor market in the Czech Republic declined by 5.5%.
If you compile the data, the coefficient of tension on the labor market in the country on June 1, 2013 was 0.6%, which corresponds to the same value at 1 May 2013.
By June 1, 2013, compared with the data on May 1, 2013 decreased intensity ratio in 51 subjects of the Russian Federation, the 28 subjects he remained at the same level.
In general, the number of unemployed persons registered with the Employment Service of the population in the whole of the Russian Federation on 1 June 2013 was 1 010.4 thousand, which is 4.8% less than May 1, 2013 (1060 , 9 thousand).
In May 2013 the number of registered unemployed persons decreased in 77 regions of the Russian Federation.
The unemployment rate in the whole of the Russian Federation on 1 June 2013 was 1.3%, down 0.1% compared to the same period on May 1, 2013 (1.4%).
The stated need for workers by employers on 1 June 2013 was 2084, 8 thousand units, an increase of 4.1% compared to May 1, 2013 (2 002.3 thousand units).