The influence of demographic factors on employment and labor market (a case study of Samarkand Region)


  • Lutfullo Ziyadullayevich Ibragimov Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania


demographic factors, employment of population, human potential, working age


Employment is one of the most important factors for the economic and social development of the country, for the economic policy, as well as the center of attention of interested experts (scientists). Therefore, this sector requires continuous and systematic research.
At the present time, a lot of research regarding population employment is paying attention to factors affecting employment. As regards the study area, in addition to economic factors, the demographic situation plays an important role in the study of employment and factors affecting it. The study of demographic processes in the region refers to births, deaths, the average life expectancy of people , the number of arrivals, departures and others.
Samarkand is one of the special regions playing an important role in the economy of Uzbekistan. It is located in the central part of the country, according to the region`s economic, geographical place and it is much advantageous than the other regions. In the present study work employment and one of the factors affecting to it were chosen as the region's demographic condition. The region's birth, death level and factors like increase in the level of average life expectancy was taken as the fundament to learn this topic. In addition, the author tried to study the region's demographic processes and the peculiarities of demographic content in the employment field, rebuilt of labor capacity and the formation of labor resources. The paper examines the demographic condition of the last 15 year, that is to say, the demographic changes in the period between the years 2000-2015.

DOI: 10.15551/lsgdc.v45i0.11