HeadHunter: The 'wage race' in construction and logistics has begun in Russia

HeadHunter: a wage race in construction and logistics has begun in Russia

The situation is linked to the sanctions policy.

According to a study by job search service HeadHunter, real wages in Russia increased by an average of 6.4% in the third quarter of 2022 compared to the same period in 2021.

The average salary in Russia was 90,500 rubles before taxes.

Employers were forced to launch a “wage race” in the fields of construction and logistics due to a shortage of personnel.

Another trend in penalties, the researchers call the increase in incentives for bonuses and bonuses for managers and experts compared to senior management.

According to analysts, this is due to the increased value of this management due to their activities to overcome the crisis.

The largest increase in the third quarter of 2022 was in employees employed in construction and transport logistics – by 10% and 9%, respectively, or up to 68.8 and 58.6 thousand rubles in wages in monetary terms.

According to researchers' forecasts, if the crisis is prolonged, then in the coming years, state Private enterprises and budgetary institutions will become the main employers.

Scholars also predict a shortage of workers in the labor market and engineers.

Earlier, TopNews wrote that the United States had decided to impose sanctions against Iran.

This decision is due to Washington's opinion that Tehran is helping Moscow.

Источник topnews.ru

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