According to the results of a study conducted by the Superjob online job search service, every second Muscovite working remotely considers his city the best one for a remote career (51 per cent of the votes). Kazan occupied second place (43 per cent) and Novosibirsk took third (43 per cent), KazanFirst reports.
The survey involved 700 representatives of the economically active population over 18 years old from Moscow and St. Petersburg, who work remotely, and 300 people from other cities with a population of over one million.
The worst megacities for remote work turned out to be Chelyabinsk and Omsk. In these cities, only 9 per cent and 8 per cent of respondents respectively are satisfied with the conditions to build a remote career.
It is also noted that 40 per cent of the surveyed in St. Petersburg consider their city suitable for a remote career. In Yekaterinburg, there was 29 per cent of those. In Nizhny Novgorod and Rostov-on-Don, every fourth respondent voted for their city.