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Due to the lockdown, almost 40% of primary school students will be left unattended

Due to the lockdown, almost 40% of primary school students will be left unattended
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A survey was conducted in Russia about babysitting during a long weekend. It turned out that almost four out of 10 parents have children of primary school and preschool age left unattended.

As they write "News», The research was carried out by the specialists of the Superjob job search service. On supposedly "non-working" days, children will most often be looked after by one of the parents: either the one who does not work, or the one who took a vacation, day off, or works remotely. This is how about 31% of parents decided the question.

Relatives or older children will look after younger children 26% of the time. Only 13% of parents rely only on the duty group in kindergarten. 6% of families will have to go to nannies, and 2% will have to take the kids to work or leave the children alone at home. About 20% of families did not resolve the issue with supervision.

The study shows that 38% of primary school students will be left alone at home. At the same time, Superjob notes that during the last "covid weekend" from May 4 to May 7, Russians were 2,5 times less likely to agree to leave their children alone.



 

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