About 1.9 million jobs created in Azerbaijan since 2003: deputy PM

About 1.9 million jobs created in Azerbaijan since 2003: deputy PM
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  • calendar-gray 30 November 2017

In accordance with the presidential order dated 17 March 2017, the Commission for the Regulation and Coordination of Labor Relations was established in Azerbaijan, and with another presidential order dated 9 October 2017 the Action Plan "On prevention of informal employment in the Republic of Azerbaijan” was approved, said Ali Ahmadov, Deputy Prime Minister of Azerbaijan, Chairman of the Commission for the Regulation and Coordination of Labor Relations.

 

He made the remarks on Thursday at a press conference on the implementation of the Action Plan “On the prevention of non-formal employment in the Republic of Azerbaijan", APA reports. 

 

Ahmadov noted that steps were taken and still underway to eliminate unofficial employment in the country.

 

“The government of Azerbaijan is implementing serious projects in the direction of people employment, which have a serious effect. The creation of 500,000 jobs within five years was one of the main directions in the electoral platform of President Ilham Aliyev in 2003,” said the deputy PM.

 

He pointed out that about 1.9 million jobs have been created in Azerbaijan since 2003.

 

“A great project was carried out to create new jobs. Reducing unemployment has had a serious impact on people's well-being,” he added.

 

 

 

 

 

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