In Crimea, professional growth and development at work are noted by marketers and teachers
The fact that their work has a negative impact on professional development was more often reported by accountants and secretaries. Employed representatives of 25 professional groups from Crimea took part in the survey of the SuperJob service for finding highly paid jobs.
72% of marketers and 65% of teachers note the positive impact of their current job on professional development. Growth and development in the profession is noted by the majority of designers and nurses (63% each). Among doctors, personal progress at work is obvious to 55%. Among HR managers, there are 52% of those. Programmers more often than system administrators note that they develop professionally at their work: 50 and 47%, respectively. Accountants (43%), secretaries (41%) and client managers (40%) spoke more about the negative impact of current work on professional growth— noted in the press service of the service.
Salespeople and call-center operators (23% each), logisticians (21%) and drivers (20%) more often than others said that they are in stagnation at their current place of work: they do not develop, but they do not lose their professional skills either.
In general, in the labor market, 44% of employed residents of Crimea note that their work allows them to develop in the profession, 34% do not notice growth and development, but do not lose skills, 11% reported a negative impact of work on professional development.
Time: June 24 — August 30, 2023