Krasnodar, 2 March – Yug Times. Unlike most Russians from other regions, Kuban dwellers are not daunted to leave their job if it does not bring them moral and material satisfaction.
According to HeadHunter, last year Kuban residents changed their job more frequently that dwellers of other Russian regions.
As regards Russia on the whole, about a half of the respondents stated that they had not had any significant events in the sphere of employment last year. At the same time, about a third of them (and, reportedly, a half of Kuban residents) did find a new job in 2017.
Irina Veretennikova, HeadHunter South Director, says that against the background of applicants from other regions that do not haste to get rid of a real bird in their hand after two crises, Kuban inhabitants behave more actively at the labour market: They [the Kuban dwellers] look at the world more optimistically, and when they are facing some promising job offers, they tend to change their job, even if it suited them.
Another factor is that Kuban is an attractive region for relocation, which also makes adjustments at the local labour market: upon arriving, the newcomers start looking for a job, but as they do not know the region’s employers, they may make a blunder when choosing their first, or second and even more, job.
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