MOSCOW, February 25 – RIA Novosti. Top managers, representatives of the media and the arts experience the greatest difficulties in finding a job, according to the HeadHunter study, which is at the disposal of RIA Novosti.
The index of difficulty with finding a job remains at minus 0.4 for the second quarter in a row. According to the survey, only a fifth of the respondents (20%) do not consider the search for a job in their professional field difficult, the majority (71%) assess the search for a job as difficult.
At the same time, representatives of top management, art, entertainment and mass media experience the greatest difficulties (-0.59). Compared to others, it is easier to find a job for representatives of the sales sector (-0.19) and workers (-0.20).
Also, the majority of respondents noted that it is now critical for them or their families to find a job (73%). Job search was uncritical for 23% of respondents. Applicants from Moscow and the Moscow Region (-0.43), as well as from the regions of the Ural Federal District (-0.42) are most concerned about finding a new job.
The study was conducted from December 23, 2020 to February 3, 2021 among 21 691 Russian applicants.