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Russians began to look for work with daily pay more often

Russians began to look for work with daily pay more often
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With the restriction of the work of some organizations due to the coronavirus, Russians began to look for remote work more often. In addition to udalenka, at the peak of popularity were vacancies with daily pay.

According to Avito.Rabota service analysts, in March, the number of requests for finding a job with daily payment or at home increased by 15%. They began to look for remote work 10% more often. At the same time, the very word “work” was introduced by applicants 30% less than in February.

The most popular vacancies among users are a driver, an electrician, and a loader. In addition, the ten most popular professions included a handyman, welder, cleaning lady, administrator, accountant, nanny and courier. Users are trying to find a compromise option for making money in the face of restrictions due to a pandemic, says Avito Managing Director. Artem Kumpel.
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