The Serbian Prime Minister, Ana Brnabic invited businessmen to use state measures and employ young people, who still make up a quarter of the total number of unemployed. Brnabic stated that unemployment in the first quarter of 2020 was 9.7 percent, “Tanjug” agency and the “Večernje novosti” daily report. “From January 1st, 2020, if you hire a person who was not employed during 2019, including young people for whom this is their first job, state will take over 70 percent of taxes and contributions on their salaries by the end of 2022,” said Brnabic. She specified that the total tax exemption in 2020 is 70 percent, 65 percent, in 2021 and 60 percent in 2022. “You will find employment of young people cost profitable today, as well as trying to employ all those who did not have a job in 2019,” said Brnabic, reminding that when she took over the position of the Prime Minister, the plan was for unemployment to fall below ten. percent, which, he says, happened.
Source: Večernje novosti/Tanjug