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Social-labor mobility of migrants from the former Soviet republics (based on the sociological survey data of Vladimir Region)
Abstract.The subject of this research is the social-labor mobility of migrants from the former Soviet Republics on the territory of Vladimir Region. Adaptation of the newcomers in the Russian Federation is one of the paramount socioeconomic problems. The annual reduction of labor resources in majority of the Russian regions leads to the need for workforce replenishment by the means of outsourcing. Within the framework of this study, the author considered the following questions: adaptation of the newcomers to work and residency in Vladimir Region; main information sources on the future labor activity; level of content with the provided work conditions and prospects of realization of the social-labor mobility in the region. The analysis of statistical indexes and questionnaire-based survey were applied in the course of this research. The sociological survey in form of questionnaire captured the work migrants from the various countries of post-Soviet space that legally resided in the region. The acquired data allows concluding on the presence of fairly well organized channels of attracting the migrants, because the majority of them come to an already prepared job place. Despite the experienced difficulties, most of the respondents are satisfied with the social-labor conditions and demonstrate a desire to continue working in the region.
Keywords: labor conditions, sociological research, labor migration, social adaptation, labor mobility, social mobility, labor market, region, social-labor relations, migrants
Article was received:28-06-2018
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