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Personnel training is an important strategic objective of innovative economy. The use of scientific and technological potential and the development of innovations ensure the economic growth of the modern economy. Only highly qualified specialists can make these factors work. The present research featured the problems of scientific and technical personnel training in Vologda region. The article presents a methodological basis that can be used to study innovative economic development. The number of researchers, engineers, and technical personnel has been going down for the last 25 years. The Vologda Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences conducted a survey among students and heads of local schools and colleges to analyze the conditions for the training of scientific and technical personnel in the region. The results can be used by the regional authorities to develop measures to improve the system of training, which will provide a smooth passage to innovative economy.

innovative economy, region, education, staffing, innovative development, innovation
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