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45% of Crimeans believe that their work allows them to develop professional skills

45% of Crimeans believe that their work allows them to develop professional skills

CrimeaPRESS reports:

Programmers, lawyers and doctors most often report professional growth at work. In the service’s survey SuperJob Employed representatives of the economically active population took part.

45% of Crimeans believe that their work allows them to develop professional skills. For 34% of respondents, their work does not provide sufficient impetus for development. 12% are sure that they are gradually losing their qualifications. According to the survey results, every second city resident aged 35 to 44 has already found a job where all the conditions for professional growth have been created for them. But younger workers (under 34) are more often worried that they are losing their previously acquired qualifications at their current job (18%)— the service’s press service notes.

As the income level of respondents increases, the number of those who believe that they improve their professionalism at work increases.

Those with higher education are more likely than those with secondary vocational education to note professional development in the workplace, but among them there is also a noticeable proportion of those who suffer from the impossibility of self-development and even report professional degradation.

Among representatives of common professions, the majority of programmers (69%), lawyers (63%), doctors (60%), sales managers (57%) and suppliers (52%) positively assess the impact of work on the development of professional skills.

Time: June 20 – July 3, 2024

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