Job Boards in the Ukraine and Salary Information4 min read

Ali Neill / March 11, 2019
Category : Job board information, Jobseeker advice, Recruitment, Recruitment news and technology
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In the past, we’ve provided comparative articles on France and Poland concerning salary checkers and information on benefits. In the Ukraine, not all job boards offer salary calculators or checkers so we decided to take a closer look at what they do offer.

As the leading job board in the Ukraine, you can’t look past Work. Not only does the website has an attractive interface, but it provides salary statistics based on the offers and the CVs. More than half of the job offers specify the proposed salary, which is also included in the filters. Surveys and studies continue to encourage recruiters to include the wages in their job offers and in the Ukraine, they seem to be listening.

The other features you can find on Work are:

  • A news section (for internal changes)
  • Articles (on recruitment and news relating to the Ukraine)
  • YouTube videos
  • Upcoming events (on the calendar)
  • The app

As of today, Work is available in Russian, Ukranian and English.


Rabota actually belongs to a Polish group and has become quite successful over time. Contrary to most job boards nowadays, Rabota doesn’t use social media to promote its offers but that hasn’t stopped it from attracting users. The salary is one of the filters but there is no salary checker on the site. Instead, Rabota has introduced something quite unusual: the salary expectations from other candidates and their experience is very interesting: Rabota offers statistics on previous candidates (how much they expect to earn and how much experience they have, compared to you). For those who want a clear idea of what the company is willing to pay them, you can choose to view only job offers with salary information.

The other features include:

  • The blog
  • Job archives (for research purposes possibly)
  • The app
  • YouTube videos

HeadHunter Ukraine

As a country bordering seven different countries, it’s no surprise to see a number of job boards from different places move into the Ukrainian market. HeadHunter is another one of them. As the second most popular job board in the world for its Russian version, it’s definitely a serious competitor. The salary is one of the many filters to cull job offers and more than half of them include a salary range.

The other features include:

  • The “I want to work for you” button
  • Tests (recruiters can create)
  • YouTube videos
  • Articles
  • Services for better CV visibility
  • The app

As far as job boards goes, Jobs is one of the more colourful ones. Despite the fun interface, Jobs is a very serious contender. The salary is one of the filters and more than half of the job offers (about 2 thirds) provide salary information. Jobs is also one of the few, which provides some type of salary statistical section. Different categories are listed and for each, the website indicates the number of current job offers, the average salary, the number of CVs and the salaries declared by the jobseekers. If you have the time to browse the page, you’re bound to gain a better understanding of the Ukrainian salary.

Other useful features on the job board are:

  • The list of universities
  • The YouTube videos
  • CV examples
  • A section on laws
  • Cover letter examples


EuRabota isn’t about to win any beauty contests, but that shouldn’t stop you using it. The job board is not very useful to check salary information and there are no filters to cull the offers based on that criteria. However, it has some imaginative ideas for some of the other features. Here is a list of what we found particularly interesting:

  • The YouTube videos
  • The Russian keyboard (to write the job description)
  • Immigration sheets
  • Live statistics on the users and the activity
  • Articles (on international employment)
  • The number of applicants (for each job offer)

Other job boards in the Ukraine include 24ru, which is present in a number of countries, and Work-Garant, which specializes in international recruitment. The former indicates the salary for each offer in a large font and there are links to website for financial help in different countries (the Ukrainian link doesn’t work though). The latter lists jobs, which all provide salary information.

We hope this article has enlightened you for your next job search or recruitment campaign in the Ukraine. If you have any suggestions for the blog, please let us know!

Author: Ali Neill

As the job board tester and blog editor for the Jobboard Finder, Ali works on job boards from all around the world and keeps a close eye on the recruitment trends thanks to a number of sources, including the website’s social media pages.

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