A majority of the polled Kazakhstan residents believe that a university diploma is an essential document that guarantees a job.
Women are looking for a job more frequently than men in Astana.
According to the poll by HeadHunter, 47% of еру polled Kazakhstan employees sees themselves as work addicts.
CNN Worldwide president Jim Walton announced Friday he is quitting the job at the end of the year, saying the struggling cable network needs "new thinking."
Another 8 projects worth 303 billion tenge will be implemented before 2014. Over 5,000 jobs will be created in this period: Akim.
65% of Kazakhstani managers will leave the country for a more interesting job, according to the opinion poll of Antal Kazakhstan recruiting company.
Managerial personnel of KazMunaiGas National Oil Company has been axed by 23 percent.
Results of the poll held on the official website of Kazakhstan Prime-Minister Karim Massimov.
The students will be able to earn from $1.5 to $3 thousand during summer period.