Every third Russian called dating the most important factor in professional growth, the survey showed. Representatives of the older generation are more likely to believe in the determining role of acquaintances in building a career, while young people, on the contrary, rely more on professionalism.
Every third Russian named dating as the most important factor in career growth – pollKirill Bilyk
29% of respondents admitted that it is dating that is the most important factor influencing professional growth. This is stated in the results of a study of the SuperJob service.
Only 14% of survey participants are sure that the fundamental factor of career growth is professionalism. At the same time, every second Russian acknowledged the role of dating in professional growth, but did not name this factor as the most important one.
More men than women are convinced of the extreme importance of so-called connections in building a career (33% versus 24%). Also, representatives of the older generation are more inclined to this than young people, who more often believe in the professionalism of a person.
SuperJob conducted a survey among 1 thousand HR managers and 1.6 thousand representatives of the economically active population from all districts of Russia.
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