The average salary in Ukraine is one of the lowest in Europe. Over the past few years, according to economists, the welfare of Ukrainians decreased significantly as a result of economic crisis and military operations in the Donbass. Experts are sure to increase your income by a few thousand hryvnia can any Ukrainian. You can earn on your own hobby, with new technologies and sought after skills. The website “Today” found out where the best place to look for additional earnings.
To earn online
Gain a new skill. You can earn practically everywhere, I’m sure an HR expert rabota.ua Tatyana Pashkina. On specialized websites published thousands of listings for Ukrainians without work experience or part-time. “Now there are about five thousand jobs for people with no experience in part-time employment. It can be anything: a taxi driver, a sales Manager, an employee of McDonald’s, consultant on the phone, the operator of the contact center,” – says the expert. The biggest salaries in the Internet. If you’re going to get additional skills, says Tatyana Pashkina, you should think about studying, for example, the SMM (promotion of the brand in social networks).
Work SMM Manager is possible without special education, says social media Manager Dana Yudina. “In Kiev there is a school which is engaged in training of specialists for digital, including the SMM, where the training takes five months. The second option is to go for an internship in digital Agency. They are happy to recruit people who are for minimum wage to write them lyrics. There you can gain experience, which will have something to offer the next employer,” says Dana.
According to SMM-specialist, experienced Manager can earn a further 5 to 15 thousand hryvnias per month. “To one brand, just need some time. There may be two or three post per day and 90% of the time these posts are approved in advance. Once in two weeks. You can write a content plan in advance, to add text in a pending posting, and generally not to do this,” says SMM-specialist.
“To one brand, just need some time. There may be two or three post per day and 90% of the time these posts are approved in advance. Once in two weeks. You can write a content plan in advance, to add text in a pending posting, and generally not to do this,” says SMM-specialist.
To sell texts. The Internet has several large text exchange. Any Ukrainian can take the order for writing a text on a given subject. Payment depends on the amount of text for every thousand characters from 5 to 20 UAH. However, a lot of money with copywriting, at first, will not work.
“I’m in the first months earned no more than 1,000 hryvnia per month. Now you can earn 4000 USD, and I have a permanent job, and that as additional income. In their exchange I have regular customers, through the exchange they pay me. The exchange is so arranged that the longer you work, the higher you rating. And the higher the rating, the more orders you see. Saw the order was accepted. All for you busy,” says copywriter Anastasia.
“I’m in the first months earned no more than 1,000 hryvnia per month. Now you can earn 4000 USD, and I have a permanent job, and that as additional income,” – says Anastasia.
Become a YouTube star. “The salary of utuber depends primarily on the demographic data and the age of the audience. If the female audience “30” is the most expensive advertising. Also, the Ukrainian and Russian views is much cheaper the American. I, with my audience on the channel, earning about $ 2000 + $ 1500/2000 from external orders is, but there is a calculation mainly in rubles and hryvnias”, – told the “Today” Ukrainian YouTube-blogger Sasha Shapik.
Less successful youtubers (with the number of subscribers from 10 to 30 thousand) per day can earn from $ 5 to $ 15 (about $ 250-300 per month). At the official dollar exchange rate of the national Bank is about 7 thousand hryvnias. In the ads is a contextual advertising: for this you need to submit an application to Youtube and have at least 5000 hits on the channel. Create your channel can anyone.
Monetize a hobby or to find an hourly job
HR-expert Alexandr Bilous am sure that the majority of Ukrainians can find the opportunity to earn extra money for their own profession. “Teachers can earn by private lessons, doctors moonlighting in the private clinics, skilled workers, like plumbers, podrabatyvala, making in-home services. Hairdresser, manicurist. Journalists, for example, can write lyrics for money for non-competing publications,” – says the expert.
In addition, the expert advises to look for ways to monetize their own hobby.
“If someone is good at drawing – to sell the paintings, not only to give. If someone makes jewelry – there are sites where you can implement it,” advises Alexander Belous.
According to Tatyana Pushkinoj to find an hourly job in Kiev is easy, part-time unable to work social research interviewing ads, employees of McDonald’s, sales managers, employees of conact center, etc.
How Ukrainians earn
The average salary in Ukraine – the hryvnia 5183, according to the State statistics service. However, most earn in air transport (more than 24 thousand hryvnia per month), and least of all doctors (3400 UAH). Note, the minimum wage since January this year increased by 200% – from 1600 to 3200 hryvnia and grow this year will be no more.
HR-expert Alexander Belous sure that wages in the private sector will grow regardless of indexing. “Business works according to the rules of the market. Wages increase faster than in the public sector”, – said the expert.
According to analysts of “Alpari” Anton Kosuri, salaries could rise by 25%. “In current conditions the private sector can be expected to increase wages by 20 to 25%, and on the employers’ side it was more forced than planned step,” – says the expert.
Most often, experts say, to raise wages employers forcing the market. If the stated salary is not going to work – wages have to be revised.
Only 4% of Ukrainians fully satisfied with his salary, said the results of a survey conducted by the portal rabota.ua. However, not all Ukrainians are looking for extra income. So, 32% are freelancing, and 30% do nothing. 21% are podrabotki “pure”, and another 13% of respondents were able to monetize a hobby.
“Part to its name – to two-thirds of the respondents it is only up to one third of a basic income. Every fifth managed to earn up to 50% of basic income, laboring “on the side” and only 2% of survey participants doubled their income thanks to the combination of the main and additional jobs,” – noted experts rabota.ua.