Crimeans consider accountants and programmers to be the most “harmful” colleagues
SuperJob, a high-paying job search service, found out which professions are most difficult for Crimeans to communicate with at work. Employed economically active citizens took part in the survey.
The most difficult thing for Crimeans is communication on work issues with financial specialists and accountants (9%). 8% of respondents experience difficulties in communication with programmers. 7% of the respondents find it difficult to find a common language with engineers and security service specialists. Difficulties in communication with lawyers, workers and economists are reported by 6% of respondents each. The same number of citizens find it difficult to communicate with colleagues — representatives of their professions (6%)— noted in the press service of the service.
4% of respondents find it difficult to communicate with sales managers, 2% each with personnel managers and office managers. 27% say that they easily find a common language with representatives of any profession. For every tenth, the difficulties in communication do not depend on the profession, but on the nature of the colleague.
It is difficult for 1 out of 100 Crimeans to communicate with almost everyone. Women more often than men say that they have no problems in communicating with representatives of other specialties: 35% versus 20%.
Time: April 22 — May 2, 2023
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