UNQUALIFIED workers have the highest chances for employment
Apart from the workers who until recently, and mostly during summer months, were engaged in seasonal jobs, mostly in construction, those who are ready to work on the simplest jobs are also able to find employment quickly these days.
Among them, unqualified workers represent majority (room cleaners, communal hygienists, construction workers, healthcare cleaners), as well as assistant cooks, masons, carpenters, locksmiths, warehouse workers, welders, drivers and car mechanics, the Politika daily newspaper reports.
According to the National Employment Service, among those with secondary and higher education, employers have expressed the greatest interest in hiring commercialists, economists in fields of finance, accounting and banking, preschool teachers, graduate civil engineers, mechanical engineers, but also law graduates and doctors of internal medicine.
There is also a specific demand for profiles that require certain skills and abilities: in construction, craftwork, IT industry, unlike weavers, leather processors, machinists and metalworkers, typists, bureaucrats whom few people want on the labour market.
When it comes to profiles with a lower level of education, in most cases the primary condition for the employment is appropriate work experience.
During the last month, 508,323 people were on the records of the National Employment Service. The easiest way to get a job is in Belgrade and Vojvodina, and the hardest is in Southeast Serbia.