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929,000 Unemployed In Russia
12.05.2014 10:07
929,000 Unemployed In Russia

The number of the officially registered unemployed in Russia amounted to almost 929,000 people at the end of April, having decreased by 1.7 % for one month, according to the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation.

      “The number of unemployed persons registered with the employment services fell by 1.7% from March 26 to April 23, 2014, and amounted to 928,993 as of April 23, 2014 (1,055,560 people as of April 24, 2013)” - the statement said.

      The number of unemployed persons decreased in 61 regions during the reporting period, the largest decline was observed in Astrakhan and Omsk regions, Altai Krai, the Jewish Autonomous Region.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Unemployed     

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