Posted 15 июня 2020,, 06:45

Published 15 июня 2020,, 06:45

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Russians reduced the level of the desired salary by 20%

Russians reduced the level of the desired salary by 20%

15 июня 2020, 06:45
After the restrictions imposed in connection with the spread of coronavirus infection are lifted, Russians on average would like to receive a monthly salary of 74 thousand rubles. At the beginning of the year, the average amount of the desired salary was 92 thousand rubles.

The results of the study of the job search service and staff recruitment leads RBC.

monthly salary varies depending on the region. For example, Muscovites agree to a salary of 82 thousand rubles, residents of St. Petersburg - 72 thousand rubles.

Moreover, every fifth Russian citizen - 21% - cited the amount of more than one hundred thousand rubles as the desired salary. 27% would agree to income from 30 thousand to 50 thousand rubles. 29% called the optimal amount of their salary the amount from 50 thousand to 70 thousand rubles.

The vast majority of respondents - 90% - admitted that they feel a deterioration in their financial situation due to the pandemic, and also expect a crisis after the restrictions are lifted.

73% said that job vacancies are becoming less and less. According to 17% of respondents, there are no changes yet, but they will begin in the very near future. 10% of respondents said that the pandemic has not yet made changes to the labor market.

Recall that the government is discussing the possibility of limiting the income of top managers of state-owned companies. It is assumed that the top management of such organizations will not be able to receive a salary exceeding 30 million rubles per year. That is, top managers do not have to count on receiving more than 2.5 million per month.

Meanwhile, in the country, ordinary citizens continue to lose their jobs. It should be noted that real unemployment in the country has long exceeded 10 million, which is almost 2.5 times higher than official statistics.

Citizens have already had to cut spending on clothing, household appliances, vacation and entertainment. 84% of the country's inhabitants did not have any savings on self-isolation.