The Problem of Employment in the Digital Economy in the Government of the Russian Federation


  • Zaripova Gulbahor Kamilovna Bukhara State University, Doctor of Pedagogical PhD
  • Avezova Shakhnoza Makhmudzhanovna Associate Professor of the Department of Management , Bukhara Engineering and Technology Institute
  • Salimov Temurbek Bakhodirovich 2nd stage master's student, Bukhara Engineering and Technology Institute



digital economy, structural unemployment, digitalization, technological unemployment, employment, labor market, information technology


The purpose of the study was to assess the impact of the transition to a digital economy on
the workforce. To achieve this goal, such methods as analysis, synthesis, comparison and modeling
were used. Results: digital technologies are confidently entering the daily life of society and begin to
displace living people from jobs, respectively, the question of employment of the released labor force
is exacerbated, but there is no strategy for the adaptation of the unemployed today. The active and
passive measures proposed by scientists and politicians to combat technological unemployment are
ineffective and cannot provide for the livelihood of the huge number of released workers, the critical
importance of which can lead to economic collapse. It turns out that the question of displacement of
living people from jobs by it objects remains open. There is a fundamentally new question about the
relationship between the digital and social economy. The calculations showed that the increase in
unemployment by 1% leads to a decrease in GDP (Gross domestic product) by 0.54%. The results
obtained in the course of the study can be used in further studies of structural (technological)
unemployment and labor market problems in the digital economy


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How to Cite

Kamilovna, Z. G., Makhmudzhanovna, A. S. ., & Bakhodirovich, S. T. (2024). The Problem of Employment in the Digital Economy in the Government of the Russian Federation. Academic Journal of Digital Economics and Stability, 37(2).