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Almost every second Russian does not work in their specialty. This is evidenced by the results of a survey conducted by the all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion (VTSIOM), reports TASS.
According to the researchers, 51 percent of the population works in the specialty, which he studied. It is noted that these are mostly people with higher education — 58 percent. Not work in the specialty 47% of respondents, of which 55 percent have secondary vocational education.
A third of respondents (30 percent) as the reasons for this choice said it was impossible to get a job in his field, another 24 percent indicated a higher salary in another professional field, and 20 percent “found himself” in another area.
Clarifies that 28 percent of respondents never worked in their field, including 36 percent have higher education. 48 percent of respondents worked in the specialty for more than five years and have changed the scope of activities, 16 percent worked from one year to five years and 6 per cent — less than one year.
To switch to another specialty 37 percent of respondents took courses of professional training. Among them have higher education, 45 per cent, average 24%. 33 percent did not pass special courses, but studied independently. Almost a third (29 per cent) of respondents did not pass any courses or independent learning.
The survey was conducted on 11 April 2019. It was attended by 1,600 respondents aged over 18 years old.
Earlier, nearly a quarter of Russians (24 percent) stated that their income is at a decent level. According to the respondents, the size of a decent salary in Russia starts from 50 thousand rubles — this figure is an average called the residents of Chita. The highest expectations were observed in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Khimki, Balashikha and Podolsk.
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