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Kamchatka is rapidly losing qualified personnel

Kamchatka is rapidly losing qualified personnel
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Last year, 15,6 left thousands of Kamchatka. Among those who left, more than 32% have higher and incomplete higher education. Of the thousands that arrived in the 14 region, only 24% are qualified.

As noted in the Kamchatstat document, the massive outflow of young personnel with higher education and their replacement by visiting low-skilled workers leads to a weakening of the scientific, creative and economic potential of the Kamchatka Territory. In general, the mass outflow of the population is a familiar picture for the peninsula of the last 30 years. Migration growth was noted only once during this time - in 2017.

They come to Kamchatka mainly from the CIS countries. They account for 98,4% of all arriving international migrants. The share of Kyrgyzstan here is 49,3%, Uzbekistan - 16,2% and Ukraine - 10,7%. Last year, 87 came from far-abroad countries - most from China.