Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal (Print ISSN: 1087-9595; Online ISSN: 1528-2686)


Socio Economic Importance of State Support for Youth Innovative Entrepreneurship in the Economic Development of the State

Author(s): Abramov Ruslan Aharonovich

Aim of the study: The analysis of a number of researchers shows numerous violations by employers (especially in the private sector) of the labour rights of young workers. Illegal methods and dismissals of young workers, the use of penalties as a form of punishment, self-regulation of working time, forms and amounts of payment, professional development have become threatening. The legal impotence of young workers closes before them a career, forcing them to look for other ways of life support. Methodology: Alienation in the economic, social and political spheres, disbelief in state and political institutions naturally cause young people to develop ways and methods of survival in the existing environment. To this can be added the influence of the media, which often creates an idealized image of the entrepreneur. Conclusion: In economic sociology, a position is also put forward that the surge in the number of new enterprises, i.e., the growth of entrepreneurship, should not be seen as a manifestation of dynamic development and prosperity in the economy, but as an indicator of the economic crisis. The period of recovery usually leads to an overall improvement in employment conditions, job stability, which does not contribute to the pursuit of risks or to the organization of their business.

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