The data published by the RF Federal Migration Service (FMS) – although these by no means should be seen as absolute truth because of the widespread practice of illegal employment of foreign workers - may, nevertheless, be taken as a kind of baseline information. These data testify to the fact that, since the same period of last year, no serious changes have occurred in regard of the scale migration, the geographical origin of foreign workers, the sectoral structure of their employment, and their distribution across Russia’s regions.
Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 11 (October)
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