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Russian graduates of 2020 will be difficult to find a job due to high competition in the labour market, emerged against the background of the pandemic coronavirus. This was stated by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, reports “Interfax” on Monday, June 29.
“We need to think about what we need to help young people so they can fulfill their potential and successfully apply their knowledge”, — noted the head of government.
Mishustin also emphasized that graduates are not easy to find a job in Russia in normal times, because employers value experience more than degree.
Earlier in the course of the joint survey company EFKO and non-profit organization “Russia — country of opportunities” revealed that 94 percent of Russian graduates are going to build a career in Russia, 59 percent want to work only at home. 35 percent intend to watch on the circumstances, after obtaining the necessary experience in Russia. Only six percent of the respondents from the very beginning are going to work abroad. Also, 55 percent of students surveyed said they wanted to telecommute, but from time to time to come to the office, five percent prefer only udalenku. 40 percent would like to work in the office.
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