In Russian regions, the greatest demand for employees is in mechanical engineering, the chemical sector, construction and transport. In the next few years, it will grow in the fields of science, healthcare and information technology. About it stated Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin at the strategic session on education for the labor market.
The head of the Cabinet of Ministers emphasized that the education system needs qualitative changes so that graduates enter the labor market in demand and competitively.
“It is important to continue to create a strong scientific and technological base, to provide our production with qualified specialists, scientists and craftsmen. In general, the entire system of professional training should be focused on fulfilling this task,” Mishustin emphasized.
The head of government noted that the issue of professional training became especially important after the departure of foreign companies: domestic enterprises occupy vacated niches, expand production, and organize the production of their own products.
On October 10 it became known that the Russian Ministry of Economic Development predicted a drop in demand for personnel in agriculture, finance and insurance, real estate and trade by 720,000 people by 2030. At the same time, the department predicts an increase in demand for personnel in manufacturing, healthcare, transportation and storage, science and information technology and communications.