Specialists of the SuperJob job search service found out whether Russians are ready to choose their profession again if given the opportunity. According to the survey results, 44 per cent of respondents would prefer the field in which they are employed now, while 35 per cent would change their occupation.
It is noted that men are more likely than women to be faithful to their initial choice (48 per cent versus 39 per cent). Also, 47 per cent of respondents over 45 would have stayed in the same business. Most of the specialists who are faithful to their profession are among Russians with an income of 80 thousand rubles per month or more (61 per cent).
It is specified that 80 per cent of programmers would not change their profession, the same as 77 per cent of architects and 75 per cent of designers, as well as 72 per cent of sports coaches, 70 per cent of doctors, 69 per cent of psychologists, 68 per cent of hairdressers, 61 per cent of surveyors, 60 per cent of analysts, 59 per cent of auto mechanics, and 58 per cent of nurses.
Next on the list are plumbers (54 per cent), chefs (54 per cent), teachers and lawyers (53 per cent each), marketers (51 per cent), translators (49 per cent), accountants and economists (47 per cent each). Least of all tend to choose their profession journalists (44 per cent), ecologists (45 per cent), and technologists (46 per cent).