To a greater extent, the conversation is about the eastern regions of the country, where the hostilities were or are going on.

And the reasons for such a sharp increase in unemployment are directly related to the war: enterprises could not continue to work during the occupation, they were destroyed^;

workers were forced to flee.

Half of those who work receive a salary lower than before the war - by 10 percent or more.

In 43% of respondents, the salary did not change, in 9% of respondents, it increased.

Work in the public sector turned out to be the most stable in these months.

83% of the interviewed employees are sure of keeping their jobs in the next six months, 11% are not sure.