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Practical help for finding jobs

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Moscow –  A specialized employment centre “My Career” started to work in Moscow. It will help people  experiencing difficulties with employment, to find a job, the press service of the mayor and the government of Moscow reports. For people with disabilities, a special program “Accessible Work” has been developed, which is designed to help disabled people with professional development and employment. Help in finding a job is free.

Assistance in finding a job at the My Career Center will be provided to all categories of citizens, but special attention will be paid to people with disabilities, people over 50, young people (from the age of 14), parents with many children, low-income families, women on maternity leave. In case of successful employment, participants in the program will retain the right to receive a supplement to the pension for up to 3 years. Previously, it was the cancellation of benefits that stopped Muscovites when looking for a job.

In the meantime the Moscow School of Automation and Information Technologies has  announced  the admission of students with disabilities and disabilities to the 2019-2020 academic year. After graduating people will be able to acquire the most sought-after professions and specialties in the current market. All training is free.

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