IMF is concerned about Georgia's unemployment
Today, the Permanent Representative of the International Monetary Fund in Georgia Edward Gardner expressed his concern about the high rate of unemployment in Sakartvelo. As reported by the GHN quoting Gardner, despite the fact that there has been economic growth, actually the unemployment rate has not changed. And the there's no downward trend in unemployment.
In Georgia, well-educated people live, stressed Gardner. However, he also stressed such problems as shortage of specialists for certain types of enterprises.
Recently, the businessman and politician Bidzina Ivanishvili also named unemployment as the main problem of modern Georgia. To improve the situation, he expressed his intention to create new jobs. "There must be jobs. The people must be able to support their family as a result of their work. During my stay in politics, and after the leaving, my focus will be given to creating the maximum number of jobs. Only after this our country may become rich", recently said Ivanishvili.
The richest citizens of Georgia did not specify mechanisms of solution of the problem; moreover - he told reporters that he does not own businesses in Georgia and does not intend to purchase them.
He stressed that "the charity - is not the best form of assistance to the Motherland and the people."