SHS Web Conf.
Volume 112, 2021Northern Sustainable Development Forum 2020
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Published online||23 June 2021|
Components of the competitiveness of Arctic university graduates as an object of social and labor relations
NEFU Road Construction Faculty, 13, Krasilnikov street, Yakutsk, 677007, Russia
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The state of the transport infrastructure is one of the most problematic areas in the Arctic. Taking into account the strategic position of the Arctic territories, the growing interest of foreign states in Russian natural resources and communications, transport support for existing and planned industries, the training of qualified specialists should promptly have developed within the framework of the national program for the development of the Arctic territories. The implementation of the program requires a special approach to the training of competitive graduates of the transport complex. Large-scale production projects will require hundreds of engineering and technical specialists: engineers, transport workers, logisticians, builders, etc. The components of competitiveness of a university graduate have been determined, which constitute general requirements for future transport specialists working in the conditions of the Arctic.
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