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Kazakhstan residents ready to change location for better job 03 сентября 2011, 15:03

Results of the poll held on the official website of Kazakhstan Prime-Minister Karim Massimov.
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Kazakhstan residents are ready to change location for a better job, Tengrinews.kz reports citing the results of the poll held on the official website of Kazakhstan Prime-Minister Karim Massimov. According to the poll, the majority of respondents are ready to change their location for a more profitable and high-demanded job. 51 percent of respondents have already expressed their wish to change their place of residency in case they are supported by the employer (conditions of life, re-qualification). Another 44 percent of polled residents are ready to move under condition of a significant salary raise. The remaining 5 percent chose the “prefer no changes” option. Another poll has been launched at Karim Massimov's website: “Are you ready to participate in state educational deposits system?” The poll is timed to implementation of the Education Development Program 2011-2020, that is called to expand opportunities of getting a good-quality education meeting international standards. The poll is available on Prime-Minister's website.

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