Posted 19 мая 2022,, 07:45

Published 19 мая 2022,, 07:45

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:37

Over a third of citizens cannot afford a week's vacation

Over a third of citizens cannot afford a week's vacation

19 мая 2022, 07:45
35% of Russians admitted that they do not have enough money for a week's vacation. Previously, their share was 30%.

This is stated in the results of a study of the SuperJob portal, cited by RBC. According to these data, in 2022, Russians are going to spend an average of 37,000 rubles on a week-long vacation. In 2021, the average was 36,000.

The respondents estimated the ideal age at an average of 160 thousand rubles. Now citizens need 4.5 times more money for vacation than real opportunities allow.

Muscovites agree to spend more on holidays than residents of other regions - 50 thousand rubles per person. St. Petersburg and Krasnoyarsk are in second place - 43 thousand rubles each. Yekaterinburg residents are a little more economical - 42 thousand rubles. Behind them Krasnoyarsk - 40 thousand rubles. Rostov-on-Don and Nizhny Novgorod close the first five places - they are ready to fork out for a vacation for 40 thousand rubles.

The residents of Voronezh and Volgograd are the least willing to spend - 33,000 rubles per person on average.

In mid-May, it was reported that in the current summer season, the price of tours abroad and in Russia would increase by 1.5 times compared to the summer of 2021. In other words, the average citizen's expenses for traveling around the country will increase from 51 thousand rubles. up to 72 thousand rubles.