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Web Application for Data Collection, Forecasting and Reporting for Staffing Needs

Student: Roman Medvedev

Supervisor: Alexander Breyman

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Software Engineering (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2018

One of the strategic goals in a state policy till 2020 (in education sector) is to identify an increasing availability in high quality education. Education should correspond with requirements for innovational development of economics, modern public needs and needs of each citizen. However, there is a huge discrepancy between quality of employed labor force and requirements of labor market. Lack of common approaches and forecasting tools (which could evaluate economic development of a region) could make fulfillment of social and economic objectives and organizing required professional staff training activities difficult. This paper describes forecasting tool which helps to anticipate staffing needs on the regional level. Keywords — web-portal, client, server, database (DB), employer, labor market.

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