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The Infrastructure Support for the Development of the Youth Sector in the Regional Labor Market

Osipova L.B., Kolesnik E.А., Goreva O.М.

Volume 11, Issue 2, 2018

Osipova L.B., Kolesnik E.А., Goreva O.М. The Infrastructure Support for the Development of the Youth Sector in the Regional Labor Market. Economic and Social Changes: Facts, Trends, Forecast, 2018, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 175-191. DOI: 10.15838/esc.2018.2.56.12

DOI: 10.15838/esc.2018.2.56.12

Abstract   |   Authors   |   References
The youth is a necessary component in the labor market able not only to occupy one of its sectors, but also successfully adapt and further expand its share. The article presents the analysis of the youth segment of the labor market functioning and development in the regional breakdown (case study of the Tyumen Oblast), which has revealed its inherent trends: first, the demographic consequences of the decline in the number of young people; second, the asymmetry in the received information; third, institutional imbalances characterized by uneven supply and demand; and fourth, hidden unemployment. These problems are significant barriers limiting the development of the youth sector of the labor market. The hypothesis is the assumption that the development of the youth sector of the labor market and successful inclusion of the youth in the system of social and labor relations can be facilitated by the developed system of infrastructure support that can create favorable conditions for professional fulfilment of young people. It is structurally illustrated by the authors when identifying the features of the youth sector in the labor market. The results of the sociological research serve as the framework for forming an image of the existing problems and opportunities for the development of the youth sector in the regional labor market in terms of guaranteed employment for young experts. The research novelty lies in the improved system of interaction between the subjects of institutional structure on labor market regulation and development of its youth sector. The practical significance of the results is based on the modernization of the mechanism of interaction of subjects of this structure, providing an opportunity for all social institutions involved in this process to create conditions for effective youth employment. At the same time, the recommendations developed by the authors aim to ensure productive employment and form a flexible labor market able to can meet the ever-changing conditions of its functioning

Keywords

social group; youth; labor market; Labor market; Youth; labor market sector; labor market infrastructure

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