Seven-year-old bus conductor was surprised by the Russians


www.vsyako.netPhoto: Anton Derbenev page on Facebook

In Yekaterinburg-year-old boy working as a bus conductor. This was told by Anton Derbenev on his page in Facebook.

“Aminjon seven, and in his holidays he am already at work,” commented a user posted a picture of the child with the POS device in hand.

The reaction in the comments was mixed. Some were fascinated by the diligence of the child, others asked how this is legal. “Bold the employer. And the guy — well done,” wrote Alexander Aksenov.

The Commissioner for children’s rights in the Sverdlovsk region Igor MOROKOV said URA.RU that also applies to this situation in two ways. He noted that, indeed, on the one hand, the boy needs support in his quest to earn, but in Russia, children can only work from the age of 14 with parental permission.

“The happy guy. See for the third time. Cleverly believes. Today, when a woman does not have time, he commanded the driver to delay departure”, — said Derbenev.

The transport company that serves the route, declined to comment on the situation.

Earlier in June, the majority of Russians (83 percent) supported the desire of teenagers to work until the age of 18. This is evidenced by the results of a survey of the all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion. According to sociologists, the advantages of early money Russians allocate young people to be financially independent and to help the family (37 percent). Another 25 percent of respondents noted that the beginning of professional activity in adolescence attaches to labour, 18 per cent helps to take a juvenile case, and “distract them from their smartphones”.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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