Work in Russia (Agora Vox, France)

Eurostat report back on the growth of unemployment in Europe — it has exceeded 10%, while the number of unemployed in Russia has returned to the index of just over 5%, this is the pre-crisis level. The number of Europeans summary sent to the Russian recruitment portals is growing.

The number of immigrants from Europe seeking work in Russia is growing. Fellow Russian site headhunter recently told a reporter edition of "Komsomolskaya Pravda", that "the number of foreign candidates CV increased in 2011 compared to 2010 by 10%."

The online recruitment network The Network has published statistics on candidates who want to work in Russia. According to these figures in Russia are willing to work 36% of Finns, 13% of Canadians, 11% of Britons, 10% of French and 9% of the Germans.

In which sectors of the economy can be found these foreigners? According to the website Super Job, 42% work in the field of trade and sales, 25% are employed in the construction and real estate, 18% work in the food and agricultural industries, or in the transport and logistics sectors.

What attracts foreigners in Russia? First, the labor market situation in their own country. According to Eurostat, in Europe at the moment of the order of 17 million unemployed, it is more than 10% of the working population. In the Russian unemployment fell to pre-crisis levels, it is little more than 5%. According to Michel Page Russie, Europeans find work in Russia is much easier than in their own country.

Second, taxes. Tax on income of individuals is 13%, whatever the income.

And finally, for those who know a little bit country — the general atmosphere of optimism, which suggests that it is still possible for those who want to act. However, concerning operating conditions are slightly different. Foreign personnel in Russia polled "Komsomolskaya Pravda", shared the surprise, for example, about his employment schedule. A Dane, a former employee of the company Danfoss, said: "We are beginning to work at nine in the morning and six in the evening in the office is unoccupied. Here the case is not rare to see people working till 7 or 8 o'clock in the evening."

After the crisis of 2008, the average level of the hierarchy of foreigners working in Russia, has declined markedly and, according to the recruiting website Super Job, foreigners are not enough to meet demand.

According to Sergei Smirnov, head of the Institute for Social Policy of the Higher School of Economics in Moscow, in Russia there is a place for foreign experts, because the Russian system of education in the last twenty years has made too many lawyers and economists, but not enough engineers, programmers and managers. The only real obstacle — the language barrier, because if the CEO can not afford an interpreter, then those who are lower in the hierarchy, the situation is quite different. There Must be able to speak in Russian to explain at work (and in the supermarket …).

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