The strategy for the growth of Russia and the Rostov region was discussed in the Don capital


In Rostov-on-Don, the conference "Creation of high-performance jobs - growth strategy for Russia and the Rostov region" was held. Participation in the event was received by the Minister of Economic Development of the Rostov Region Maxim Papushenko.

"The increase in labor productivity is one of the 11 national priorities identified by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin," the minister said. - The creation of high-performance jobs (VPRM) is included in the draft of the Strategy of social and economic development of the Rostov region until 2030, which, on the instructions of the governor Vasily Golubev, the regional government forms together with the expert community of the Don."

He also noted that the main rate in the region is made by industry - almost 1/4 of the GRP of the Rostov region is made by industry.

About 150 representatives of public organizations, public authorities, business, industry, the scientific community and the media also took part in the conference. Among them - Oleg Dereza - Don business ombudsman, Marina Samoilova - Rostovstat leader, Mikhail Popov and Irina Danshina - co-chairmen of the regional headquarters of the ONF, Svetlana Abdulazizova - vice-president of the CCI of the Rostov region.

"The economy of the future is" smart ", the digital economy. The most valuable resource is the human resource, personnel, - Maxim Papushenko believes. - The Rostov region ranks third in the Russian Federation in terms of the number of students. Our task is to determine what people need the economy of the future, and together with universities to offer students what they really need in their future work."

The conference also raised issues of social importance of creating high-performance jobs in Russia and the region.

"Creating high-performance jobs is a move forward for the economy of the region and the country as a whole," believes Oleh Dereza, business ombudsman. "If we talk about microeconomic effects, it is, first of all, raising the level of remuneration for the population."

The head of Rostovstat Marina Samoilova in her speech spoke in detail on the methodology for calculating high-performance jobs, reporting, which is the basis for developing the indicator, determining its threshold value.

"Based on the results of development for 2016 in the Rostov region, there were over 384 thousand high-performance jobs," she said. "At the same time, in the distribution of PMR by types of economic activity in 2016, leadership belonged to the manufacturing industries in the region, accounting for 23.1% of all high-performance jobs."