The government has discussed the possibility of creating new jobs in Ukraine
New jobs in Ukraine can be created during the implementation of the “Big Construction” project and in the social field.
This was discussed at a workshop chaired by the Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Agriculture Igor Petrashko and Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Oleg Nemchinov regarding the Prime Minister’s initiative to create 500,000 additional jobs.
“As the scoreboard shows, there are now 456,000,755 unemployed in Ukraine, of which 96,000,626 have been unemployed since the start of quarantine. In response to the Prime Minister’s initiative, a meeting was held. is held with the ministries concerned, the number of possible jobs within the framework of the implementation of the initiative of the president was discussed “For large construction sites,” the number of newly created jobs possible in the social field in link with the need for care in the conditions of self-isolation of the elderly, as well as other total income “, specifies com Mentaires Ukrinform Oleg Nemchinov.
In addition, the Minister noted that now in Ukraine in the civil service, there are in total about 29,000 vacancies.
“Specialists who have worked in industries related to intellectual work, in particular in tourism, services, and who are no longer found in construction or in the field of seasonal work in agriculture, can be realized in the new public service, “he said. Nemchinov.
As noted, Prime Minister Denis Shmygal said earlier that the government was working to create 500,000 jobs for Ukrainians, left unemployed due to quarantine, in May.
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