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PDF: Author(s): Tarabanova E. S., Uzhakhova L. M.,
Number of journal: 1(46) Date: February 2019

The article presents the results of the study of the features of functioning and trends in the development of the youth segment of the labor market and employment of graduates of higher educational institutions, students and young professionals. The reasons and factors influencing the current negative situation and low competitiveness of students and graduates in the labor market are revealed. It is noted that the situation in the youth labor market, despite the fact that youth is a necessary and important component of the labor market, remains tense. The number nitrocotton-tion of young people is increasing. This is due to the lack of practical experience of graduates, and the discrepancy between the quality and structure of training of graduates of higher educational institutions to the requirements of modern Economics. The analysis of situation with the employment of graduates of the Tyumen state university in a number of areas of training was conducted, the results of which confirmed the existing trend in the country as a whole. The programs and activities implemented at the University aimed at promoting the employment of students and graduates and their adaptation to the labor market are listed. The possible directions of improving the situation and solving the problems of employment, taking into account the existing successful practice. It is noted that their successful implementation is possible under the condition of effective interaction of key stakeholders and the creation of favorable conditions for the professional implementation of young people.


graduates, young professionals, employment, youth, youth labor market, the causes of employment problems, work experience, job search, competitiveness of graduates, measures to improve the work-device.

For citation:

Uzhakhova L. M., Tarabanova E. S. Employment problems of the university graduates at the youth segment of the labor market // Business. Education. Law. 2019. No. 1 (46). Pp. 273–279. DOI: 10.25683/VOLBI.2019.46.175.