Named the city with the dreams of flight of the Russian youth

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Most young people who are ready to move from their native city in search of a better life, live in Togliatti, Omsk, Barnaul, Chelyabinsk and Volgograd. About it reports “Russian newspaper” with reference to the study of the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation.

The smallest number of this category of youth was in Moscow, Sevastopol, Grozny, Krasnodar, Simferopol.

According to the expert, Russians, tend to receive education in the big and developed cities such as Omsk or Chelyabinsk, but after I can’t find a paying job. In this regard, the youth decides to move to Moscow or St. Petersburg. “The main problem of the city where young Russians want to leave, is the contradiction between the high standards of quality of life and shortage of skilled high-paying jobs where the standard of quality of life can be implemented”, — said the expert.

The survey involved respondents aged 18 to 30 years. People were asked whether they plan to change their permanent place of residence in search of a better life, and if Yes — to which city he moved to.

Earlier it was reported that residents of Yekaterinburg, Saratov and Bryansk stronger than other Russian citizens want to move to permanent residence in another locality. The ten regional centers, people are increasingly thinking of other change of city of residence, also entered Saransk, Perm, Orenburg, Rostov-on-don, Omsk, Samara, and Ivanovo. Least of all such plans of Moscow and St. Petersburg, the third place from the end took Nizhny Novgorod.

As the most desirable place for the relocation of the majority — 68 percent — of respondents chose Moscow. In second place was St. Petersburg (13%), the third went to Sochi (six percent), the fourth — Simferopol (four percent), and the fifth with one percent of the votes took Gelendzhik.

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