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Labour resources

An important competitive advantage of Odessa region is the availability of competent and highly educated labour resources. The working-age population counts more than 2,380,000 persons. The literacy rate in Ukraine equals to practically 100%. 15% of the adult population has an university degree.

The wage level for Ukrainian labour force is one of the most competitive in Europe. The average monthly salary of skilled employees equals to 300-400 USD per month, the average monthly salary in the neighbouring Russia – 700 USD, in Poland – more than 1,000 USD per month.



Comparison of average monthly salaries, USD

 

   EU

China

Ukraine

Russia

Common employee

2,700

400

400

550

Competent employee

3,400

700

700

950

Engineer

5,500

1,100

1,100

1,400

Manager, Director

10,900

2,100

2,100

4,100



The main source of the labor force for iPARK is town Yuzhny with the population of about 29,000 people, situated in 5 km distance from the industrial park.
The distance to the largest district of Odessa,
Kotovsky district, with the population of 400 thousand inhabitants, is 20 km.
Odessa city with the population of 1.015 mln. people is situated in 25 km from iPARK.





iPARK personnel policy principles


The official salary and working conditions are in full compliance with Ukrainian Law on Labour;

New opportunities for self-realisation, personal career development;

Programs of professional education, the possibility to work with best-in-class professionals;

Shuttle service is provided from the nearest settlements and Odessa to the territory of iPARK enterprises.


On-the-job training


On-the-job training and internship programs, offered to students in the enterprises of iPARK are a good educational experience and a great opportunity for “hands-on” challenge. Having finished the on-the-job training, a permanent employment option is usually offered to the best young professionals.

We also offer individual study and training modules for the production personnel. The training programs include classroom education and practical training with the subsequent knowledge assessment and clearance.