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Age-Relevant Job Satisfaction of Public Managers in Russia

Student: Valeriya Supricheva

Supervisor: Tamara G. Nezhina

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Public Administration (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

In 2017, the maximum retirement age in the public service increased to 65 years, and the latest statistics show a significantly increased proportion of people over the working age. By 2030, this indicator is projected to increase to 25% of the total number of able-bodied citizens, which indicates a high level of demographic old age in Russia (Khorkina, 2015). Such processes also affect the public service system, so the above-mentioned facts inevitably lead to the creation of a more effective personnel system for civil servants, taking into account the professional potential of not only young employees, but also older people. However, to date, the system of personnel management in the public service does not take into account both the psychological and age characteristics of civil servants (Ivanova and Shvanova, 2018). By defining them, the personnel system will be able to increase the managerial and expert experience of older civil servants. At the same time, reduce the turnover of professional staff, as well as increase job satisfaction and motivation of civil servants among all age groups. Thus, the issue of managing the professional potential of civil servants of different age groups is gaining relevance every year.

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