Labour Market: Problems and Prospects of Development of a Depressive Territory
The article studies the modern state of the labour market and employment of population in Ukrainian regions. It identifies main indicators of strengthening of disproportional nature of regional socio-economic development and reveals problems of the labour market and their influence on depression of development of territories. It conducts a statistical analysis of data of the State Statistics Committee by integral indicators of the labour market, makes a structural analysis and reveals main tendencies of development of the labour market in Ukrainian regions. It analyses the rating of the labour market by Ukrainian regions and identifies factors that influence depression of territories. It uses the analysis to identify desirable directions of development of territories and ways of overcoming revealed problems. It pays special attention to a necessity of strengthening regional policy on solution of problems of employment, especially in depressed regions.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 5 ()
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