23 Jun 2020

Number of Job Vacancies in Moscow Increased by 8.6%

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The number of new employment vacancies opened by employers in Moscow and Moscow region increased by 8,6% in the second week of June.

The demand for new employees is also in the industries most affected by the pandemic such as public catering, travelling and hospitality.

The recovering business activity is contributing to the growth of job vacancies market.

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