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Almost a third of Russians (29 percent) wanted to obtain the money just to have a salary while not working. This is evidenced by the results of the study Superjob, writes TASS.
At the same time, 58 percent of respondents believe that the work is not just a source of income and helps the person to realize their own potential and provides opportunities for communication.
Most want to receive an unconditional income is observed among representatives of professions such as estimator, Manager, advertising and translator. The least such a possibility attracts programmers, lawyers and company Directors.
The most perspective not to work and get paid for it attractive for Russians aged 25-34 years (32 percent). Among young people up to 24 years, supporters of such practices is less than 23%.
The experimental introduction of an unconditional basic income was carried out in Finland. The idea is that every citizen receives a guaranteed cash payment, regardless of the availability of work, the current level of income and health. In the experiment, which lasted two years, two thousand Finns received monthly 560 euros (about 38 thousand rubles). At the time of the start of the program, they were all unemployed.
The results of the first year of the study showed that the presence of unconditional income had a positive impact on the health and stress levels of the participants. The concerns that people will be sluggish to look for work, having a guaranteed payment, is not justified. Recipients of basic income “was no better and no worse in the job search”. The results of the second year of the study are not yet public, it will be presented in the beginning of 2020.
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