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A quarter of Russians have been working at the same company KXan for more than 10 years 36 Daily News

Date: April 17, 2024 Time: 22:01:12

The most devoted employees were residents of Kazan (43%), Novosibirsk (41%), Omsk and Chelyabinsk (40%). Against the background of individual areas, representatives of education and science (53%), medicine (45%), accounting (44%) and industry (42%) can be distinguished. They work in one place for a long time. Employees in the marketing, advertising and public relations (29%), banking (22%), e-commerce (20%), and IT (18%) segments change jobs most frequently.

81% of the Russians surveyed said they were satisfied with their current job, but 46% said they would like small changes. Respondents aged 35-44 and employees in the education and medical segments (49%) expect the most changes. In the context of cities, residents of Nizhny Novgorod (56%), Yekaterinburg and Novosibirsk (55%) most often responded in this way.

11% said that they would like to change jobs, but for some reason they do not have such an opportunity. Respondents aged 45-54 (13%) and residents of the North Caucasus Federal District (14%) most often answered this way. 8% of respondents are now looking for a new job.

Among the key factors keeping Russians in their current job, wages ranked only fifth on the list of priorities. The most popular responses were convenient work hours and format (61%), company stability and pleasant team (42%), convenient company location (37%), and then salaries (35%). Only 17% and 18% of respondents respectively are interested in career growth and the social package almost equally.

“It is not so important how long a specialist feels comfortable in a company. Much more important is constant development and career growth, even if they take place in the same workplace for many years. However, a change of work can sometimes serve as a tool for career advancement According to the survey results, 11% of employed respondents are afraid of changing jobs, but this fear is not entirely justified. Thus, according to the Labor Market Index on the Avito Rabota platform, in just one month, the competition for a job seeker has grown by 16%, and the year-on-year growth was 38%.This dynamic demonstrates the demand for each candidate by the employer in the labor market Russian”, comments Artyom Kumpel, Managing Director of Avito Rabota.

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