// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2021. no. IV (LIII). P. 221-227
Статья принята к печати 14.12.2021.
Abstract. The technological revolution alongside with the coronavirus pandemic have changed the composition of immigrants to Russia from the CIS countries: there are more job applications coming from programmers and IT developers. The lack of such specialists in Russia forces employers to raise their salaries and offer better working conditions. Relationships between Russia and the CIS in the labor market (center–periphery) are often mutually beneficial to both parties. The article addresses the need of changing professional affiliations as well as retraining domestic specialists in order to reduce their deficit. The article presents the ILO data about insufficiently elaborated legal framework to counter informal employment for distant “immigrants”.
Keywords: immigration, CIS, technological revolution
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