Scientific journal
European Journal of Natural History
ISSN 2073-4972

MONITORING OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICE MARKET AS INFORMATIVE FOUNDATION OF LABOUR FORCE DEMAND AND SUPPLY PATTERN OPTIMIZATION IN TVER REGION

Kuzmina A.A.

One of the key labour market microeconomical problems - is the structural discrepancy of labour force demand and supply on various characteristics (territorial, branch, professional, qualification, age, educational and other structures of labour supply are out of phase with the analogous structures of the current labour demand). The market appearance of vacant working places inadequate to the labour supply structure testifies that the market of vocational education does not meet the regional economics requirements concerning the workforce training any more.

One of the regional economics development priority orientations, which are at the intersection "science - production" is the need of systematized and integrated information on the mutual influence of educational complex and labour market. The lack of relevant information on the given problem is the factor restraining the processes of Russian education modernization at the regional level, preventing the labour resource demand and supply scaling and structure from being analyzed, evaluated and forecast in the right way, and also labour and educational service market regional features - from being studied and taken into account.

In the Tver Region within the framework of young scientists´ research activities under the assistance of the Committee for Matters Concerning Young Persons the grant "Development and Implementation of Professional Education Service and Labour Markets Mutual Influence Monitoring Concept within Tver Region" is being realized. The monitoring database use affords ground for modeling and evaluating the labour resource demand and supply, projecting and correcting the regional strands of policy with regard to the solution of employment and unemployment problems, drawing attention to the priority-oriented demand for the personnel conforming to the labour market requirements. Thus, the data obtained can be used both for the minimization of possible disproportions, which emerge in the process of mutual influence of the educational service and labour markets, and making effective strategic and tactical managerial decisions on the development of the regional complex of professional education.