In Ukraine, for the first time since the full-scale average salary has increased by 1 thousand UAH. up to 16 thousand UAH. average. At the same time, the labor market is gradually adapting to the needs of the economy.
In fact, the labor market has reached its bottom and is now gradually recovering. According to experts, the demand will have specialists in the field of construction, logistics, transportation, engineering and design.
This is stated in the material GLOBAL HAPPENINGS. However, when choosing a field of activity or making decisions on retraining, one should, first of all, pay attention to one’s own advantages and interests. You can become successful only if the work will not only bring income, but also allow you to realize yourself. Those Ukrainians who need quick money most often choose to work as taxi drivers and couriers.
In the near future, Ukraine will need specialists who will help restore infrastructure, the economy, and also help to cope with new post-war challenges. Among them:
– physicians, rehabilitation specialists, psychologists. Upon returning from the front, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian soldiers are in need of psychological and medical assistance. In addition, psychologists are also needed by civilians, who, at least morally suffered as a result of the war;
– working specialists. Builders, welders, masons – everyone who can do the restoration of infrastructure, civil and military facilities;
– specialists of the military-industrial complex. After the war, Ukraine must restore ammunition stocks, strengthen the state’s defense capability;
– energy. The Ukrainian energy system has experienced the most massive attack in its history. Russia is purposefully destroying substations, generating enterprises. Restoration will take years and thousands of specialists.
Earlier, GLOBAL HAPPENINGS wrote about who is paid in Ukraine from 40 thousand UAH. without higher education. Among such vacancies are the military and truckers.
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