In Ukraine, as claimed by the government, the average wage over the past 12 months rose by more than 37%. Traditionally, the highest paying regions – Kyiv, Odessa and Kharkiv. The website “Today” found out what profession in Ukraine the most popular and how to earn the Ukrainians.
As increased wages
The average salary in Ukraine at the moment is 6840 hryvnia, according to the data of the state statistics. For 12 months it has grown on 37,2%, a record high over the past few years. As noted by the HR portal Work.ua average salary by job for the year increased 19%. And the highest paying regions – capital (8397 hryvnia), Odessa (7890 UAH) and Kharkiv (7282 hryvnia). At the same time in the state statistics service calculated that the average Kyiv salary is more than 10 thousand hryvnia. As explained by the HR expert Alexander Belous, the official statistics does not account for the shadow employment.
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“We need to look separately at regions of paycheck, and by spheres. The average salary in the city or the country, it’s like the temperature in the hospital. In Kiev, more managers, more highly paid, senior positions. On the periphery can be satisfied with minimum wage,” says Alexander Belous.
Increased wages in the lowest paid professions. For example, for two years, the average salary of a refueller increased by 80%, dishwasher – 52%. This increase is due to revision of minimum wages at the beginning of this year. Employers do not have the right to pay an employee less 3200 USD.
In the labor market of Ukraine is ready to pay highly the work of specialists in construction, agriculture, sales and IT, said during a press conference “the labor Market in the first half of 2017” Director of development Work.ua Sergei Marchenko.
In the budget resolution to 2020 predicted that within three years, the average Ukrainian salary will reach 10 537 USD. So, at the end of 2017 it will grow to 7100 UAH in the next year – 8629 hryvnia, and in 2019 – 9540 hryvnia. How will increase the minimum and average wages, it is possible to read infographics.
Among the popular specialties of the highest salaries among raznorabochim. For several years, they increased by 62% and 5741 of the hryvnia in 2015 to 9283 hryvnia in 2017.
Where to go
The easiest way to find the work of the operator at a petrol station, however, and the average salary here is only at the level of 3887 hryvnia. In two years, the number of vacancies at the pump rose by 192%. More than 100% increase in the number of vacancies to movers, dental assistants, laborers, packers, truck drivers and maids.
The number of vacancies shows how things are going with employers, says Sergey Marchenko. If the business is growing, they hire people, and if the business collapses, the number of vacancies is reduced. Statistics for all major HR portals shows that in Ukraine the number of vacancies is gradually increasing. “In the first half of 2017, the number of vacancies increased by 29.3% more than last year”, – said the expert.
“In the first half of 2017, the number of vacancies increased by 29.3% more than last year”, – said the expert.
Traditionally, demand, service sector, auto business, without work will not remain Ukrainians with the working professions. At the same time, the financial and legal professions, as before, remain the most untapped.
“Not to say that a good lawyer or a financier will not work. Now on the market the number of vacancies in these areas is reduced and possibly make the startup difficult. But I would not say that the reduction of vacancies in the field of jurisprudence means that it is not necessary to go to law school. If there is a predisposition to this, there is a heightened sense of justice and thirst for right – of course, you need to go to a lawyer,” advises Alexander Belous.
“But I would not say that the reduction of vacancies in the field of jurisprudence means that it is not necessary to go to law school. If there is a predisposition to this, there is a heightened sense of justice and thirst for right – of course, you need to go to a lawyer,” advises Alexander Belous.
By the way, as evidenced by the results of the survey work.ua, only 3% of employers believe that the diploma of the prestigious University – a determining factor in the selection of the employee. More than half do not consider a University degree the main criterion for choice, while 46% do not pay attention to it.
Only 3% of employers described the prestige of the University determining factor in the selection of a new employee. The rest, or do not pay for the prestige of the University attention (46%) or do not consider it the main criterion of selection (51%).
Sergei Marchenko said: in developed countries there is a tendency to increase the popularity of natural Sciences and the outflow of students from the Humanities specializations. During the rapid growth of technologies and their use in medicine, business, agriculture, become more and more popular profession, focused on the creation of these technologies. In the Ukrainian universities for the period 2012-2015 has been a decline in the number of applicants to all specializations without exception. The largest decline in activity of Ukrainian students was observed in the areas of “Management and administration” (-39,1%), “Economic” (-33,7%) and “Humanities” (-33,6%).
By the way, at the world economic forum in Davos, predicted: among the most popular professions in a few years will be data analysts, computer specialists, engineers, salesmen, personnel officers. According to experts, the number of jobs will shrink in the first place due to technological progress. With such a forecast agreed by the chief Executive officer of Microsoft Sathya Nadella. No workplace is a risk to lose those who perform simple mechanical work, including factories and enterprises: sorted, Packed, cleaned, etc. the machine can replace the loaders in the warehouses, cashiers in supermarkets, etc.