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This article combines experience and observations of the labor market tendencies, gathered both by recruitment specialists at ANCOR Energy Services. The presented data is based on careful analysis of questionnaires and surveys completed by job applicants upon consulting the company.
ANCOR (an acronym for Analytics, Consulting and Recruitment) is Russia’s largest and oldest personnel recruiter. Two Moscow State University psychology professors launched the business after they were recruited and trained by western HR managers to find and assess staff for Russia’s first McDonald’s restaurant in 1990. Today, Ancor employs over 700 people who work in 25 offices from Moscow to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. Its personnel database of more than 1 mln people is Russia’s largest.
Russia's oil and gas industry is thriving. Growth in production and extraction volumes, modernization of enterprises, large scale projects, and increasing foreign investment and technology have all resulted in a booming labor market.