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Every fifth pensioner in Russia continues to operate, the data provided in the report of the Ministry of labor on the results of complex monitoring of the socio-economic situation of the elderly in 2018.
As of January 1, 2019, the share of working pensioners accounted for 20.4 percent of the total number of pensioners in the country. According to the beginning of 2018, on retirement worked for 21.1 per cent of citizens. The country has 43,871 million pensioners, work of them 9,669 million.
4.2 per cent of pensioners turned to the employment service for assistance in finding a suitable job. Most want to find work in retirement in St. Petersburg (8.3 per cent), Sakhalin oblast (7.4%), Moscow region (7.6%), Murmansk region (8%), Vladimir region (7.7%), Smolensk region (7.1%), Kaluga region (7.2 percent) and Sevastopol (7.1 percent).
Less than the total cases in Ingushetia (0.2 percent), Chechnya (0.1 percent), Dagestan (0.6 per cent), Kabardino-Balkar Republic (1.8 percent). To find a job through the employment service succeeded in 2018 52.2 per cent of pensioners in 2017 to 56 percent. Most of the pensioners were employed in the Krasnoyarsk region (88,62 percent) and the least in Baikonur (4.4%).
In may, the chamber calculated that the average pension of 14 thousand rubles after the payment of housing, essential medicines and personal hygiene items retirees can spend about 200 rubles a day.
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