Young Mothers Will Be Helped To Master Demanded Professions

Young Mothers Will Be Helped To Master Demanded Professions
Young Mothers Will Be Helped To Master Demanded Professions

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Russian women who are on parental leave will be able to undergo vocational training at their place of residence. And employment centers will be obliged to offer young mothers specialties that are in demand on the labor market, so that after retraining courses they are guaranteed to find a job and improve their financial situation. The State Duma plans to consider the initiative of the Deputy Speaker of the State Duma Irina Yarovaya on additional guarantees for women with children at one of the next meetings of the autumn session. women and children, as well as in the specialized committee of the Federation Council.


230 thousand Russian women will undergo vocational training

According to the Ministry of Labor, free retraining courses for mothers are in demand in all regions of the country. Most of those wishing to sign up for courses on improving computer literacy and mastering specialized computer programs. Even during the pandemic, retraining programs were popular - in a distance format.

By July 1, a contract for free retraining or advanced training within the framework of the national project "Demography" was concluded by more than 30 thousand compatriots raising babies under the age of three. In total, according to the document, by 2024, 230 thousand maternity girls will undergo advanced training and retraining programs.

Today, a young mother can improve her qualifications or master another profession only at the place of permanent registration. If she moved to another city, then she will no longer be enrolled in vocational training courses. The initiative of the Deputy Speaker of the State Duma Irina Yarovaya removes this restriction and simplifies the treatment of Russian women with children to the employment center.

“We give the young mother the opportunity to act according to the life situation and apply at the place of stay,” the website of the United Russia party quotes the deputy.

In addition, the bill establishes an obligation for employment centers to provide young mothers with referral specifically for professions in demand on the labor market.

Olga Okuneva, First Deputy Chairperson of the State Duma Committee on Family, Women and Children, told Parlamentskaya Gazeta that her colleagues supported this draft law and recommended it to the House for adoption in the first reading at the end of the spring session.

“In our time, computer technologies and programs are changing very quickly. This law will enable Russian women to acquire the necessary skills during the decree,”she said.

The committee believes that the initiative will also help those women who decided to change their profession during their vacation. After all, often young people receive a diploma, and then they realize that they have no opportunity to find a job in their specialty.

“Employment centers should promote not only retraining, but also employment of women with children. One will not work without the other,”Olga Okuneva emphasized.

At the beginning of the autumn session, the bill was also supported by the Committee on Labor, Social Policy and Veterans Affairs.

The relevance of the initiative is also noted in the Federation Council. “The draft law will help Russian women to go through vocational education and get a job where they started a family,” Valery Ryazansky, first deputy chairman of the Committee on Social Policy, told Parlamentskaya Gazeta.

The budget will be narrowed, but the social sector will not suffer

According to Ryazansky, the state should guarantee young mothers the preservation of their jobs after returning from the decree. “Not all employers are conscientiously waiting for the return of a young specialist from parental leave,” he said.

Another issue that is under the control of the Chamber of Regions concerns the medical industry.“Much needs to be corrected in children's health care from the point of view of increasing the capabilities of the regions. These are children's hospitals, clinics, vaccinations and so on,”the senator explained.

Much needs to be corrected in children's health care from the point of view of increasing regional opportunities. Both chambers of parliament expect that all areas related to the well-being of families and measures to support young mothers will be preserved in the state budget, even if expenses are cut. Moreover, in the most difficult period of the pandemic, the Government increased benefits for unemployed women who are on parental leave, as well as payments to young student families with children, Okuneva recalled.

“Inside such large projects as Demography, there is a certain margin of safety. I think that we will shrink without losing the main directions. Not a single social project will be seriously affected,”Ryazansky shared his expectations.

What payments are due to young mothers:

All officially employed women receive allowances for the period of the decree from the employer, the rest - from the regional departments of social protection. Since 2020, a woman cannot receive more than 322,191.80 rubles and less than 55,830.60 rubles. For Russian women, who are assigned payments based on the minimum wage, maternity payments will be taking into account regional coefficients. Lump-sum payment at the birth of a child. In 2020, the amount of state support is 18,004.12 rubles, excluding the order of birth. Monthly allowance for a child up to 1.5 years old. The amount of the payment depends on the average salary. Non-working mothers receive a fixed and statutory monthly payment. In 2020, the minimum level of allowance for the first child is 3,375.77 rubles, for the next and all others - 6,751.54 rubles. For working women, the allowance is limited to a maximum "ceiling" of 27,984.66 rubles for any child on account. Monthly allowance for a child under three years old. For the first or second baby born after 2018-01-01, the state pays monthly assistance in the amount of the subsistence level of the region, if the average per capita income in the family is less than two times the subsistence minimum. The amount of the payment is one living wage per child in the region, on average in the country it is 10-11 thousand rubles. Maternal capital. The right to this payment from 01.01.2020 was received by families who became happy parents for the first time. Also, this right is reserved for those families in which the second or third baby was born, while the parents have not yet used the right to mother capital. The amount of the payment for parents who had their first child in 2020 is 466 617 rubles. If a second or next baby was born or adopted, the amount will be 616 617 rubles. If from 2020 both the first and the second child are born or adopted to the parents, the MSC will be received for the second in the amount of 150,000 rubles.

Additional support measures for the period of a pandemic:

- 5000 rubles for children under three years old

Families with children born between April 1, 2017 and June 30, 2020, inclusive, are entitled to a monthly payment of 5,000 rubles for April, May and June 2020 for each such child.

One-time payment for children from 3 to 16 years old

Families with children between the ages of 3 and 16 are entitled to a lump sum payment of RUB 10,000 for each child born or adopted.

Additional payment for children under 16 years old

From July 2020, for children born from 2004-11-05 to 2020-30-06, a new one-time payment is assigned - 10,000 rubles.

Monthly payment for children aged 3 to 7

This payment is assigned to families whose average per capita income per month does not exceed one subsistence level established in the region. In this case, monthly for each child aged 3 to 7 years, you can receive half of the regional subsistence minimum for children.

Increased benefit and extended payout period in case of job loss

Until the end of 2020, the maximum amount of payments for unemployed citizens has been increased from 8,000 to 12,130 rubles per month.The amount of the allowance in each specific case depends on the reason for dismissal, length of service, average earnings at the previous place of work.

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