The main reasons why Russians prefer to quit are named. About it writes RBC with reference to a study by Kelly Services.
In the first place (34 percent of responses) are low wages. Boredom came second in terms of answers: every fourth employee considered uninteresting tasks and lack of professional growth as a demotivating factor. In third place is the lack of career growth (10 percent). The respondents named a remote place with a high salary and interesting tasks as a “dream job”.
2.66 million Russians left jobs in the second quarter of 2021 – a record number in eight years. At the same time, the “great dismissal” was predicted to be continued: 76 percent of the respondents admitted that either they are already looking for a new job, the Lido intend to do this in the near future.
In September, the Rabota.ru service listed the most unusual vacancies in Russia. In particular, a network of Moscow bowling clubs was looking for a bowling mechanic. The specialist must have experience with Brunswick equipment, discipline, diligence and courage. In Bryansk, they were looking for an artist-designer to develop patterns for embroidery. In the Sverdlovsk region, a senior brewer was required, and in Novosibirsk, a 3D printer assembler with at least one year of work experience.
Earlier, the list of demanded professions was expanded in Russia. It includes 55 specialties and 35 professions, including in the field of robotics, logistics, medicine, agriculture, construction, tourism, social and service sectors.