1. Warehouse/
Packing operator for consumer goods
Packaging of cosmetics, chemicals, shoes, clothes, non-meat products, etc. Also responsible for
varied daily tasks such as restocking shelves, accepting incoming orders, processing and packing orders, counting inventory and ensuring orders are shipped in a timely manner.
3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
2. Construction helperClean and prepare construction sites by removing debris and possible hazards. Load or unload building materials used in construction. Dig trenches, backfill holes, or compact earth to prepare for construction.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
850-1050 per month
3. Construction riggerSet up and repair rigging at manufacturing plants, shipyards, logging yards, construction sites, and film sets. Responsible for aligning and anchoring the machinery, attaching loads, controlling the movement of heavy equipment, and ensuring the rigging is safe for use.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
850-1050 per month
4. Construction welderOperate welding equipment to welds ferrous and non-ferrous metal parts such as pipes, vessels, and other components used in construction or manufacturing. Add layers of metal to build up worn parts.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
850-1050 per month
5. FitterLayout, fit, and fabricate metal components to assemble structural forms, such as machinery frames3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
850-1100 per month
6. MasonResponsible for the construction of the foundation and walls of buildings and lay the blocks and bricks used for these structures. Masonry work must be highly durable and masons work with sturdy construction materials, including cement, brick, stone, and concrete block.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
850-1050 per month
7. Production line helperWorking in the production of lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles. Maintenance of measuring instruments, simple maintenance of production machines. Quality control, packaging and labeling of finished products.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
850-1050 per month
8. Electrician helperInstall and maintain wiring, control, and lighting systems. Inspect electrical components, such as transformers and circuit breakers. Identify electrical problems with a variety of testing devices. Repair or replace wiring, equipment, or fixtures using hand tools and power tools.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
850-1050 per month
9. Forklift driverResponsible for operating forklifts and moving goods around warehouses and other industrial sites. Their duties include using forklifts to unload deliveries, stacking boxes for storage and moving wooden pallets around the warehouse.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
850-1050 per month
10. Construction man lift operatorsOperates equipment, which lifts hoists or moves material for construction purposes. Receive construction materials and deliver them to work sites.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
850-1050 per month
11. Meat sorterMeatpackers are responsible for wrapping, grinding and packing meat. They occasionally have to wash animal meat before packing; inspect meat or meat products, use hand or power tools and grind meat to prepare sausages, luncheon meats and other types of meat products.3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
12. MeatcutterMeat cutters cut and trim the meat from larger, wholesale portions into steaks, chops, roasts, and other cuts. They then prepare meat for sale by performing various duties, such as weighing meat and wrapping it.3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
13. Meat workshop cleanerCleaning of the workshop with mops, hoses, using technical tools – kercher washing polymers with a dishwasher3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
14. Meat conveyor workerCutting the main elements of meat into thin meat manually and on a tape with a knife. Work may include specialized slaughtering tasks, cutting standard or premium cuts of meat for making sausage, or wrapping meats.3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
15. Packing
operator for meat
Packing of sorted meat products, chicken, pork, veal. They also perform final checks for defective items; ensure all working items make it to the loading area or inventory.3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
16. Poultry slaughtering workerSlaughtering works performing precision functions involving the preparation of meat. Work may include specialized slaughtering tasks, cutting standards, or premium cuts of meat.3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
17. Skinning workerSlaughter of animals (foxes, minks, martens), skinning, skinning, sorting, packing of skins, cleaning carcasses of animals, etc.3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
18. Mushroom pickerWorks include disinfection, planting, sowing, watering, collecting, sorting, weighing, packing mushrooms0.15 per 1 kg of mushroom
(12 working hours/ day)
800 per month
19. Poultry farm workerAssists in daily checking birds, collecting eggs and feeding. Additionally, to perform maintenance on the house and watering/heating system as needed.3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
20. Pig farm workerDaily control of pigs in the pigsty, cleaning, cleaning pigsties, packing compound feeds, performing other tasks from the team leader.3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
21. Animal Care and Breeding WorkerWork with animals (foxes, minks, martens), daily monitoring of animals, cleaning, cleaning cages, packaging of animal feed, other tasks of the team leader3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
22. Apple pickerPicking apples and sorting apples, working in orchards, working on a conveyor3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
700-850 per month
23. Agricultural sorting workerManual picking of vegetables, fruits, sorting, packaging3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
700-850 per month
24. Shopping mall cleanerCleaning of premises of shopping, entertainment centers, office premises, places of public catering, toilets, adjacent territories, etc.3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
780-840 per month
25. Strawberry pickerPicking strawberries in baskets manually, packing3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
700-850 per month
26. Agricultural sorting workerManual picking of vegetables, fruits, sorting, packaging3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
700-850 per month
27. Bus driverDriving buses to transport people through local routes, making scheduled stops to pick up and drop off passengers. Responsible for the safety and comfort of their clients while they travel on the bus.40-55 per day
(10-12 working hours/ day
1040-1430 per month
28. Truck driverTransporting finished goods and raw materials over land to and from manufacturing plants or retail and distribution centers. Inspect vehicles for mechanical items and safety issues and perform preventative maintenance. Planning routes and meeting delivery schedules.40-55 per day
(10-12 working hours/ day
1040-1430 per month
29. Concrete workerSmoothes and finishes surfaces of poured concrete, such as floors, walks, sidewalks, roads, or curbs using a variety of hand and power tools. Align forms for sidewalks, curbs, or gutters; patch voids; uses saws to cut expansion joints.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
800-1000 per month
30. CarpenterInstalling structures and fixtures, such as windows and molding; measuring, cutting, or shaping wood, plastic, and other materials.3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
31. Road builderCarrying materials and masonry mortar at a construction site; execution of formwork and scaffolding; mixing, pouring and distribution of materials (concrete, gypsum, masonry mortar, mineral-asphalt mixtures, etc.), digging and filling pits and ditches using hand tools; distribution of sand, gravel, crushed stone, and similar materials3,0-3,5 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
800-1000 per month
32. RooferWorking on houses and buildings to build, maintain and repair roofs. They use a variety of tools and materials to get the job done and depending on the type of roof, including asphalt, galvanized steel, and shingles. Roofing is a craft that takes time and balance3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
800-1000 per month
33. TilerCovering surfaces with tiles, and are employed across household jobs as one of the final additions to certain rooms, but especially kitchens and bathrooms, as well as in big construction projects and shops.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
800-1000 per month
34. PlastererApplying coats of plaster or stucco to walls, ceilings, or partitions of buildings, using trowels, brushes, or spray guns. Also applying weatherproof, decorative coverings to exterior surfaces of buildings, such as toweling or spraying on coats of stucco.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
800-1000 per month
35. Isolation workerApply, remove, and repair insulation on industrial equipment, pipes, ductwork, or other mechanical systems such as heat exchangers, tanks, and vessels, to help control noise and maintain temperatures.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
800-1000 per month
36. Painter-decoratorPrepares walls and other areas for painting prepares paint, paints surfaces3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
800-1000 per month
37. Hotel receptionistThe hotel receptionist handles phone reservations, confirms previously made reservations, gives directions to the hotel, and answers any questions customers have about the lodgings. When a guest’s stay is over, the hotel receptionist handles checkouts.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
800-1000 per month
38. Hotel maidPerforms cleaning duties in all guest areas and back of a hotel. Ensures housekeeping departmental standards are followed. Responds timely to guests’ special requests for miscellaneous items like cribs, cots, extra towels, etc. Maintains the inventory of necessary supplies.3-4 per hour
(10-12 working hours/ day)
800-1000 per month
39. Envelope packaging operatorsInspects and packages the envelopes that the machine has produced. Places a stack of precut envelope forms into the machine feeder.2,7-3,2 per hour
(10-12 working hours per day)
700-950 per month
40. Warehouse
workers
Responsible for varied daily tasks such as restocking shelves, accepting incoming orders, processing and
packing orders, counting inventory, and ensuring orders are shipped in a timely manner.
2,7-3,2 per hour
(10-12 working
hours per day)
700-950
per month