"The number of remote job vacancies has increased by 22%, as Ukrainians are three times more interested in it. Young people are most often looking for jobs at the start of their careers: an average of 21 job seekers respond to one remote vacancy with general income - $ 440," the message informs.
As we reported earlier, the number of unemployed has increased thrice in Kyiv since the start of the lockdown.
“Since the beginning of the year, the capital employment service, 32,600 people were registered, particularly, from March 12 up to September 9, when the government imposed the quarantine, due to the spread of the coronavirus – 28,200. At the beginning of September, 25,196 unemployed were registered at the service – 3.1 more than on the same date last year (8,046),” Kyiv City Employment Centre stated.
It is noted that the peak of the load was in April when 9,400 unemployed were registered. Meanwhile, only 3,000 unemployed were registered in August.
The service noted that the volumes of employment increased as of today: from 305 people were provided with a job in April; from 1,432 in August.