Experts told who makes the most money on the remote regime
7 July , 09:37
Society
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The highest salaries for working remotely (on "udalyonka") in Russia usually receive the chief accountants. They can earn up to 250 thousand per month.

This was reported by RIA Novosti, referring to the report of the recruitment service Job.ru.

According to the authors of the study, we are talking about the position of chief accountant in a small company working with the b2b segment.

The main thing in such work, experts say, is quick adaptation to the changing requirements of the tax inspection, as well as professionalism and efficiency.

A translator from English in a remote mode can receive 150-200 thousand rubles. The amount of earnings will directly depend on the completed orders.

In the field of sales, they also promise a good salary. For example, a business development manager in one of the companies in St. Petersburg will be able to receive from 100 thousand rubles per month, while the final amount will be determined by the percentage of sales. To get such a job, the candidate must have at least three years of experience, impressive negotiation skills and the preparation of commercial proposals and presentations.

A contextual advertising specialist can count on a monthly income of up to 120 thousand rubles. Such an employee must have at least a year of experience, be able to create and run advertising campaigns in Yandex.Direct, Google AdWords systems, configure analytics in Google Analytics, Yandex.Metrica and analyze the effectiveness of advertising sources.

Traditionally, a profitable area for “remote workers” was work in the IT segment. For example, a programmer working on PHP for about three years may well earn 110 thousand rubles a month.

Earlier, the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Russia (FNPR) stated that it was going to achieve the introduction of remote work in the Labor Code.

Let us recall that the British job search platform has created a visual image of a person who worked remotely for a quarter of a century.

Meanwhile, most Russian workers still returned to their usual places in offices.