The unemployment rate in Russia (the ratio of unemployed persons to the labour force) in September 2019 was 4.5% for the population aged 15-72 years. Such data today leads the Federal state statistics service.
While Rosstat has introduced a quarterly “picture” of unemployment by subjects of the Russian Federation, and the indicators vary considerably by region.
So, the highest unemployment rate in July—September of the current year registered in the Republic of Ingushetia (26,7%), Chechen Republic (13.5%) and the Republic of Tuva (of 12.8%).
In the whole in 7 regions, including the above, the unemployment rate reaches or even exceeds 10%. This list also includes the Republic of North Ossetia — Alania (12.2 per cent), Dagestan (11,6%), Altai Republic (10.4 per cent) and the Karachay-Cherkess Republic (10.1 per cent).
At the same time, says the Agency, the top three regions with the lowest unemployment in the reporting period form Moscow (1,4%), Saint Petersburg (1.4%) and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (1.9 per cent).
Earlier this week, the Ministry of labour and social protection (mintrud) of the Russian Federation presented the latest data on the number of officially registered unemployed in Russia.
During the reporting period from 9 to 16 October 2019 — there was a higher than 30 Russian regions, including the republics of Dagestan, Crimea, Mari El, Tyva, Chuvash, Chechen republics, Kamchatka Krai, Omsk oblast, Nenets, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous districts.
In General, the country Ministry of labour recorded a decline in official unemployment by 0.4% to 645 thousand people.
This indicates the Agency, on October 16, 2019 the registered unemployment rate on average in Russia amounted to 0.9% of the economically active population and the number of vacancies declared by employers to the employment service, amounted to 1.7 million units.
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