Specialists of the Russian job search service conducted a survey and found out where it is easiest for Russians to find a high-paying job. The survey results showed that Moscow, Yekaterinburg, and Perm offer more high-payed vacations for citizens than other Russian cities, on the contrary to Volgograd, Omsk, and Ufa.
The study showed that Russian residents of megacities do not rate their chances of finding a job with a good salary too highly: even in Moscow, the assessment of the availability of highly paid work in the speciality does not reach 3 points out of 5, and yet the capital is in the undisputed leaders on this indicator: an average of 2.8 points on a 5-point scale.
Yekaterinburg (2.57 points) and Perm (2.56) are in second and third places, respectively. St. Petersburg is on the fourth line with 2.54 points. Residents of Kazan estimate the probability of finding a job with a good salary by an average of 2.5 points, Krasnoyarsk residents by 2.47 points, and Samara residents by 2.42 points out of 5.
The situation is even more difficult for residents of such megacities as Novosibirsk, Chelyabinsk, and Voronezh: the availability of high-paying work there is 2.38, 2.37, and 2.29 points, respectively, according to average estimates. In Rostov-on-Don, the possibility of getting a job with a good salary is estimated at an average of 2.22 points, in Nizhny Novgorod, by 2.21 points, in Krasnodar, by 2.19 points, and in Ufa, by 2.18 points out of 5.
The worst situation is recorded in Volgograd and Omsk, where locals estimated the chance to find a job in a speciality with a high salary by an average of 1.89 and 2.09 points, respectively.