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Russians increasingly take part-time jobs because of self-isolation

Russians increasingly take part-time jobs because of self-isolation
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According to the service Work.ru, one in five Russians began to earn extra money because of the coronavirus. However, not everyone earns enough extra money.

According to TASS, the lack of a primary job increasingly pushes Russians to look for part-time jobs. Specialists of Work.ru found out the specifics of additional earnings during the survey - in total more than 3,5 thousand respondents from Russia over 18 years of age from all regions of the country were interviewed.

According to the results of the survey, 12% of respondents said that they had already found a part-time job at the time of self-isolation. At the same time, 42% also plan to seek additional income, but they have not yet found suitable offers. Everything suits the main place of work only 18% of respondents. Another 7% of Russians participating in the survey indicated that they did not have time for additional employment.

At the same time, Rosstat recorded in 25% reduction in real incomes of Russians compared to the end of last year. 

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