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Experts: there are 30 times more remote vacancies in Russian banks

CrimeaPRESS reports:

Employers and employees have appreciated the benefits of remote work, and the number of such vacancies is growing accordingly. So, over the past year, according to Avito Rabota, it increased almost 2.5 times — by 134%. The financial sector showed the biggest growth.

According to a study by Avito Rabota, the number of remote vacancies in the country for loan officers in the first quarter of 2023 increased by 24 times year-on-year, for bank employees — by 33 times, and for financial consultants — by 5.5 times. The salaries of employees of the financial sector are also growing. Thus, over the past year, loan officers on average across the country began to receive 29% more — 51,322 rubles instead of the previous 39,743 rubles.— noted in the press service of the service.

Hiring employees remotely allows organizations to save on office space and select candidates regardless of where they live, but these are not the main reasons for the growth in the number of such vacancies. Analysts of Avito Rabota note that the rapid growth of digitalization was influenced by the integration of new Russian IT solutions for remote work, which came to replace the software products of foreign vendors who left the market. This became possible after the companies purchased, integrated and established stable operation of new software at the end of 2022.

New technologies are transforming the business models of banks and financial organizations, and accordingly, the number of remote vacancies in this area is growing — credit organizations often look for specialists in sales, IT, customer consulting, and marketing to work remotely— says Dmitry Puchkov, Development Director of Avito Works.

source: Avito press service

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