About 54% of Russians have respect for their leadership, and only 4% speak out about negative emotions in relation to their bosses. This is evidenced by a study of the online job search service SuperJob, published by RIA Novosti on March 24.
In total, 1.6 thousand adults from 402 settlements in Russia took part in the study, they are representatives of the economically active population who have a permanent job.
“54% of respondents respect their immediate supervisor, and such feelings are more often characteristic of women (60% versus 47% among men) and young people under 24 (63%). As a rule, the respondents explain respect by the outstanding professional qualities of the boss, ”the study specifies.
The rarest feeling in relation to the authorities was love: this emotion is experienced by only 1 person in 100, and every fourth Russian is indifferent to his leader (25%).
The respondents from Perm and Omsk speak most of all about respect for their leadership (69%). The largest number of employees who confessed their hatred of their superiors turned out to be in Yekaterinburg and Nizhny Novgorod – 8% each.
According to information on March 18, the number of officially registered unemployed in Russia fell by 200 thousand people in a week: the total number of Russians officially unemployed amounted to 1.9 million people. Now the situation on the labor market in the country is stabilizing.
According to the head of the Ministry of Labor Anton Kotyakov, positive dynamics in the labor market has been observed since October 2020 and “the result was achieved thanks to a set of measures aimed at supporting the employment market.” The unemployment rate in January this year, as Kotyakov stressed, fell to 5.8%. During the peak period, in August 2020, unemployment in the Russian Federation was 6.4%.