Development of Human Potential in the Innovation Economy of Kazakhstan

Bauyrzhan Yessengeldin, Diana Sitenko, Aissulu Ramashova


The article analyzes the current state of the labor market in the Republic of Kazakhstan and provides the dynamics of the economically active population of the country. The paper identifies positive and negative factors affecting the human potential of economic sectors of Kazakhstan. The authors disclosed structural elements of human potential: basic capacity and technological potential. The paper defines a set of target indicators influencing the formation of elements of human resources in the country. The recommendations for the involvement and training of qualified personnel for the innovation economy, taking into account various factors, are proposed.


innovation; innovative development; labor market; human potential; the Republic of Kazakhstan

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