Problems In Providing Human Resources In The Industrial Sector Of Uzbekistan In 1925-1940 Years

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Buranova Nigora


The implementation of the industrialization policy by the Union made it possible to create many new industrial centers in the republic, their entry into a single economic space, and distributed the population between cities and villages, changing the structure of the urban population, and finally, the growth of the working class. In fact, the working class was the main social force of the Soviet government. The increase in the number of workers played a large role in the migration of all republics. In the pre-war period in Uzbekistan, as in other republics, the intervention of the population in the territory led to an increase in the number of unskilled specialist workers, but allowed the formation and growth of a national group of the working class. Inter-republican migration caused not only numerical, but also qualitative growth of the working class of the republic. Workers sent by the union were used to train local skilled workers. This was necessary for the formation of a proletarian class during the transition of supposedly “backward” peoples from capitalism to socialism.

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