As of September 1, Russia registered a little over a million unemployed

MINSK, September 27 — Prime. Slightly more than one million unemployed people were registered in Russia as of September 1 of this year, the deputy chief of planning, cooperation with the regions and the control of the Federal Service for Labour and Employment Ministry of Labour and Social Security Natalia Luneva at a seminar on atypical forms of employment in Minsk on Thursday .

"The situation in the registered labor market is stable. September 1, registered 180,000 unemployed people," — said Ilia.

She noted that this is 200,000 less than 1 January 2012. In January and September, the unemployment rate was 1.7% and 1.4%, respectively.

In this Luneva noted some inconsistency of supply and demand in the labor market.

"Unfortunately, there is a mismatch of quality indicators of unemployment and vacancies. Mostly need for blue-collar jobs — about 75%," — she said.

"The situation with the qualitative composition of the unemployed opposite. Only 40% would like to work on the job positions," — added Lunev.

According to her, there are some problems with finding work at citizens with disabilities, single parents, parents with minor children, RIA Novosti reported.

 

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