"It is very important to provide young people returning from the frontline with jobs per their profession and skills. It is both a measure of social protection and an expression of respect for the state and society. The psychological adaptation of an employed person to civilian life is quick and easy. The State Employment Service provides for a certain quota in the legislation for the employment of veterans, families of martyrs, war invalids in the first place," chairman of the Parliamentary Committee for Labour and Social Policy Musa Guliyev said.
According to him, it is planned to expand the self-employment program this year:
"For this purpose, the budget of the Unemployment Insurance Fund provides 68 million manats, which will allow more than 16,000 families to implement their micro and small business projects."
The committee chairman noted that 60,000 paid social jobs would be created this year, which will be initially provided to those most in need of social protection.