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Young people make 29% moving to the Far East - ARCHK - EastRussia | Far East

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Young people make 29% moving to the Far East - ARCHK

Almost 29% of all calls received by the Adaptation and Support Service for relocating employees of the Human Capital Development Agency in the Far East (ARTC of the Far East) are young people up to 30 years, the press service of the agency reported. The adaptation and support service for relocating people works in the “one window” mode, providing information to all comers, and the service specialists accompany those moving from other regions from the moment of filing an application for employment to arranging for a new place of residence, helping with adaptation.

"Those wishing to find work in the Far East are informed of the existing vacancies, the Agency cooperates with 175 largest employers of the region, in the ARCHD DV base - more than four thousand proposals attracting people from all over the country. We are talking about measures of state support, including about the possibilities of compensating for the costs of relocation for employment under a program to increase labor mobility, "the report said. As noted, young people go not only to work, but also to study, - annually the number of such arrivals, for example, in FEFU grows by an average of 5%. Today in FEFU are studying students from 63 regions of the country.

Earlier, the head of the Ministry of Eastern Development Alexander Galushka said that the possibility of moving to the DFO, according to the VTsIOM survey, considers about 20% of the population of the Russian Federation.