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16% of Russians switched to “udalenka” during a pandemic

16% of Russians switched to “udalenka” during a pandemic
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According to the VTsIOM, 16% of Russians have switched to remote work since the beginning of the coronavirus epidemic. 54% of citizens do not work, including pensioners, students, schoolchildren and those who have lost the opportunity to work due to a pandemic.

As they say RIA News, 27% of respondents continue to work in an office or enterprise. Mainly specialists with higher education work remotely, among them 60% are state employees: teachers, doctors, educators, researchers; 51% - a commercial employee: engineers, designers, legal advisers.

Most of those who switched to удал ен »,, do not like this mode: at home they find it difficult to concentrate and lack direct contact with people. 36% of citizens are satisfied with the remote option, since you can not waste time on the road and create a flexible work schedule. To switch to remote work, 19% of the survey participants had to master new digital skills, half of them learn new software products.

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