SHS Web Conf.
Volume 112, 2021Northern Sustainable Development Forum 2020
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|Published online||23 June 2021|
Human capital of Arctic Yakutia as a resource of ethnic group resilience
Institute for Humanities Research and Indigenous Studies of the North SB RAS, Center for Ethno-sociological Research, 1, Petrovskogo str., Yakutsk, 677000, Russia
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In the Strategy of the Arctic zone of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) for the period up to 2035, an important role is given to human resources in the industrial development of the region. It was found that a whole range of factors influences the formation and use of human resources. These are an unfavorable demographic situation, migration processes associated with the outflow of the able-bodied population, a low standard of living, an unsatisfactory state of social infrastructure, transport inaccessibility, poor efficiency of public administration and impact on the development of territories inhabited by small people ethnic groups. As a result of our research, we identified indicators of a sociological assessment of labor adaptation of the economically active population and the main trends in employment against the background of problems of stability and vulnerability of indigenous communities. In general, the absence of a systematic, complex interaction between government bodies, local governments, the business community and the population itself complicates the sustainable development of the Arctic regions in the future. For the further development of the Arctic, special attention should be paid to the adaptation strategies of the aboriginal community, taking into account the personal resource.
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