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MOSCOW, February 13 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, in his article published in the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper on Monday, suggested that the government before the end of this year should come up with a national plan for development of professional standards.
The premier also believes an open data base of professionals in various fields should be formed.
"I propose that the government before the end of 2012, together with entrepreneurship, professional associations and leading universities of the country, accepts a national plan for development of professional standards and creation of an open data base of members of professional associations," he said in the article.
"An engineer, an agronomist, an economist or a designer -- each of professionals should have a possibility not just to work in the specialization field, but make a professional career, and that is continuously improve the qualification and learn new applied technologies," Putin noted. He believes the qualification of each should be clearly visible for employers.
Pay for budget-financed employees must correspond to specific conditions of a regional labour market, as a person compares his wage not with abstract figures, but with what his neighbours and known people earn and what he himself can earn if he goes from the budget sphere to business.