In the eyes of Russians, teachers, doctors and scientists are among the best among the low-income people. The research was conducted by the personnel search service “Rabota.ru”, and the results have been published. RBK.
According to Russian residents interviewed, teachers should receive an average of 120,700 rubles per month for their work. 64% of respondents said that their salary is too low. According to data from Russians surveyed, the average monthly salary of doctors is 122,800 rubles. Fifty-eight percent of respondents said that the activities of medical workers are worth raising salaries. 36% of Russians believe that scientists deserve a salary increase. Interviewees believe that their average salary should be 130,800 rubles.
33% of respondents answered that the salaries of rescuers and firefighters in Russia are disgustingly low. About a quarter of respondents said that miners (26%) and engineers (25%) should earn more. In addition, 22% of the interviewees pointed out that the wages of ordinary workers are lower, and they believe that the worker should receive 97,700 rubles per month.
According to analysts, Russian miners earn the highest salary at 134,600 rubles per month. According to interviewees, engineers should receive 132,700 rubles on average.
Less than 20% of Russian residents believe that sellers (18%), loaders (18%), locksmiths (16%), drivers (14%), electricians (12%) and builders (11%) have low incomes To be unpopular. Another 6% believe that mechanics should get more. Of the Russians surveyed, only 1% determined that officials deserve a raise.
A poll in February showed that a quarter of Russians do not have enough wages even if they meet basic needs. Almost half of those who do not have enough wages have a “deficit” of more than 20,000 rubles.
For 25% of the respondents, the salary cannot meet the basic needs, 39% of them barely enough, and 36% of the respondents can fully meet the basic needs of the salary. Among those who lack wages, 46% lack more than 20,000 rubles a month, 44% are from 100,000 to 20,000 rubles, and every tenth-from 50,000 to 10,000 rubles. Due to lack of funds, three-quarters of Russians are forced to give up travel and buy new clothes and shoes, 71% of them (from leisure and entertainment) and 42% (from paid drugs and drugs). 36% of respondents were forced to save on education costs.
In the past two years, the increase in average wages has hardly compensated for inflation: in 2020, wages have increased by 6%, or 2500 rubles. Therefore, for most Russians, lack of money before salary is a general economic reality.