In the article, the authors set a goal to analyze the prospects and problems of digitalization of the Russian labor market. The authors emphasize that digital technologies completely change not only production processes and the economic life of a person, but completely change the structure of the labor market and forms of employment. The authors attribute new requirements to the labor market to employees (priority in teamwork), the spread of "uber-models" of hiring to solve a specific problem, the priority of remote work (distance employment), the predominance of temporary (project) employment, the emergence of a new philosophy of workers. The authors note that the transformation of production should take place simultaneously with the training and retraining of personnel. This will require significant investment in education, the organization of cooperation between universities and enterprises, the adaptation of people to the realities of a digital society.