The number of vacancies to work on a rotational basis grew by 19 percent

Moreover, employers are willing to pay their employees who came from afar, it is serious money – the national average of 65 thousand rubles. Themselves applicants shift work willing to go for less money. In summary the average income is listed at 53.8 thousand rubles.

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more Often than other professions, on a rotational basis working drivers, security guards, and handymen. Contrary to stereotypes, their labor is in demand not so much in the far North, as in quite civilized places. The maximum demand for shift workers in Moscow (16% of all vacancies), St. Petersburg and Ufa (2 percent). In the capital, we offer average earnings is 63.5 thousand rubles in St. Petersburg – 62,9 thousand roubles, in Ufa – 71.3 thousand rubles. The most profitable place to go to work – Irkutsk (82 thousand rubles per month on average), followed by Novosibirsk (74 thousand rubles) and Kazan (73 thousand).

more Often leave to work away from home, ironically, Muscovites (14 percent of all applicants shift of jobs), St. Petersburg (2 per cent) and residents of Krasnodar (2 percent). While 66 percent of applicants live in small towns and villages in different regions of the country.

the Greatest work for shift workers in Irkutsk – 82 thousand rubles per month average

– For medium and low-skilled such labor migration – the only way to ensure yourself a good job, a family, a stable income, – says leading researcher of the Institute of state service and management of Russian presidential Academy of national economy and public administration Julia Florinskaya. – However, even relatively high by the standards of many regions wages do not enable them to achieve the moving to a new place, somu they go for a week or two to work where they are needed and their work is ready to pay well, but then go back to their hometowns. More skilled workers are, as a rule, still moving to live closer to work, but among them remain 10-15 percent who are forced to commute between home and work. These are especially numerous among those employed in banking and insurance.

as a result of such migrations to the capital, estimated the researchers, Moscow’s population every ten years increases by one million people. In addition to the capital region, the main centers of attraction – Petersburg and Leningrad oblast, and Tyumen oblast (together with the Yugra and Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district). There in the North the shift workers are offered wages on average by one third higher than in the capitals, but not all are willing to go so far and in such harsh conditions.

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– Moscow attracts workers from different places up to the Urals, and then begins the zone of attraction of Tyumen, – says Yulia Florinskaya. – In addition, there are flows between small cities, territories and regions and regional centres.

Employers often cheaper to hire local workers, but structural problems. Not all have a sufficient number of local staff needed specialties and qualifications. Occurs gap, and to fill it we have to attract people from afar.

the Ministry of transport found it difficult to quickly assess the flow of passengers getting to rotational work and returning home. But to experts, they may account for up to half of the seats in second-class carriages of trains running between regional cities and capitals. Working people are choosing the budget option travel all overEstia.