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Trends in the formation of the parallel labor market in the industrially developed countries (Russia, St. Petersburg)
The article discusses particular aspects of the impact produced by technological changes upon the labor market formation and new forms of employment. Contemporary technologies open up broad possibilities for self-employment, which already leads to the formation of the parallel labor market and erasure of the borderline between home and workplace. This requires revision of many regulations in such spheres as employment, taxation, medical insurance and pensions. The authors describe changes on the labor market caused by the use of global computer networks and creating conditions for free employment search, and simultaneously for the partial substitution of human knowledge by machine intelligence.
Key words: digital technologies, employment, labor market, parallel labor market
Pages: 151 - 155

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