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Young Russians on internships are paid on average about 35 thousand rubles per month

Young Russians on internships are paid on average about 35 thousand rubles per month

CrimeaPRESS reports:

For many young people, an internship becomes a way to get hired at their dream company. Avito Rabota surveyed 2,000 young Russian professionals aged 18-25 to learn about their internship experiences and salary expectations. Survey data showed that the majority (59%) of Russians have undergone an internship at least once. Analysts also found that on average, Russian youth 18-25 years old consider the optimal internship payment to be 39,801 rubles per month. This amount is slightly higher than the average actual payment for the last internship of respondents, which amounted to 35,778 rubles per month.

A third (33%) of young people have undergone an internship several times, and 26% only once. Among young Russians who underwent internships, there were more girls (63%) than young men (55%). Young people living in Moscow and other million-plus cities most often reported that they had internship experience — among Muscovites, 68% of respondents chose this answer, and in other million-plus cities, not counting St. Petersburg, this was 67%.

At the same time, the most popular areas of activity of companies in which young Russians decide to take an internship are manufacturing and industry (9%), IT and telecom (8%), traditional and online trade (7%), as well as tourism and restaurant industry. hotel business (7%).

As for an intern’s salary, most Russians aged 18-25 consider an amount of up to 40,000 rubles per month suitable. Thus, 18% of respondents would agree to undergo an internship with a payment of up to 20,000 rubles per month. 28% consider it acceptable to receive from 20,001 to 30,000 rubles per month during an internship, 19% of young Russians would like to receive from 30,001 to 40,000 rubles per month, and only 9% — from 40,001 to 50,000 rubles per month. At the same time, 4% of Russians aged 18 to 25 would be willing to undergo an internship or internship in a company or field of interest to them for free.

Employers’ demand for candidates without experience is growing every year. Thus, in the spring of 2024, the number of job offers for applicants without experience increased by 2.3 times over the year, and average salary offers by 21%. In the spring of this year, candidates without experience could count on an average of 54,388 rubles per month. Despite the fact that it may be financially difficult for small and medium-sized businesses to fully train a candidate, it is still profitable for companies to invest in interns — they can become a strong personnel reserve, since the employer has the opportunity to train a person for the work tasks of a particular business. But in order for yesterday’s interns to remain in companies after the end of their internship, you need to monitor their needs and treat them in such a way that they want to stay,” comments Tatyana Semina, head of youth recruitment at Avito.

A third (33%) of young professionals noted that at their last internship they were paid an amount up to or equal to 20,000 rubles per month. Every fifth (20%) Russian between 18 and 25 years old received from 20,001 to 30,000 rubles per month. 9% of respondents at their last internship were paid from 30,001 to 40,000 rubles per month, 6% — from 40,001 to 50,000 rubles. 7% of respondents received from 50,001 to 70,000 rubles during an internship. 5% received from 70,001 to 100,000 rubles per month as an intern. 3% of working youth received from 100,000 to 150,000 rubles a month at their last internship, and 2% of respondents received more than 150,000 rubles. 12% of young Russians only completed unpaid internships.

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