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Non-office Specialists In Demand
June 24, 2017 18:17


The demand for working specialties in Russia is growing along with competition among the applicants. The highest paid non-office professions are hairdressers, drivers and welders. The portal HeadHunter came to such conclusions based on the results of a study of its own vacancy database and CVs for 2015-2017, which was conducted at the request of WorldSkills Russia.

WorldSkills Russia appealed to HeadHunter with a request to find out whether the representatives of non-office and working specialties are in demand now, whether the competition among the applicants is high and what their salaries are. More than 300,000 job openings and 2 million CV have been analyzed, and more than 31,000 job seekers have been interviewed. Workers were considered in the database of vacancies and CV not only in the sphere of production, but also in the service sector.

The study showed that on average in Russia, hairdressers earn 49 thousand rubles, drivers - 45 thousand rubles, and welders - 44 thousand rubles. At the moment, these are the most highly paid "blue collar workers" in Russia. Representatives of professions that do not require education or special qualifications have the lowest salary: street cleaners, cleaning workers and loaders.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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