The Russians have called the ways of achieving success


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Slightly more than half of Russians (52 percent) believe that to succeed in life you need luck and personal connections, not hard work. It follows from the results of the study Federal research sociological center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, reports RT.

Another 48 percent said hard work is the way to improve life in the long term.

While 63 percent of respondents believe that people should earn an honest living. According to 37 percent, it is possible to have any income, regardless of their source.

The survey involved two thousand respondents aged over 18 from 22 regions of Russia.

Earlier in January it was reported that 53 percent of Russians plan to change jobs in 2020 because of dissatisfaction with salary. Six percent of the respondents complained of too much work. Another 3.5% admitted to a bad relationship with the boss.

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