Another sector in Russia faces increasing personnel shortages 17:24

Personnel shortages in the Russian shipbuilding industry have noticeably worsened during the year. writes about this TASS referring to Far East administrator Ksenia Averina.

“More than 90% of the companies we surveyed reported that yes, there are challenges,” the speaker said.

For comparison: a year ago 83% of employers in this region complained about the lack of workers and specialists.

On average, the time it takes to find employees in the sector has increased by 1.5-2 times compared to last year. The most difficult thing for shipbuilders today is to find qualified blue-collar workers. Those most in demand are turners, millers, grinders, welders, mechanics and engineers.

Experts say that an increase in budget quotas in specialized educational institutions, as well as a change in state policy in the field of expansion of engineering and blue-collar professions, will help reverse the situation.

Before reportedAlmost half of employers appear to have improved their attitude towards hiring people over 40.

Previously recognizedThe highest salaries were offered to Russians in May.

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Source: Gazeta


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