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Only 30% of Russians do not work on vacation

Only 30% of Russians do not work on vacation
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A survey about Russians' vacation plans was conducted in the hh.ru research service among job seekers. It turned out that most of the rest days are enough, but 30% of respondents have to work.

According to the research service Hh.ru, the majority of respondents have a 28-day vacation. At the same time, the Far Easterners have an additional eight days of vacation. 55% are satisfied with the length of the vacation, and 42% consider this period insufficient. Most of them are in the field of medicine and pharmaceuticals.

In 2021, only 3% of respondents managed to spend all their vacation days so far, and every third has spent them partially. 64% of Russians did not take vacations this year. 77% of respondents plan to go on vacation this year, and 8% do not expect to rest. Among those who took vacations, only 26% traveled in Russia, and 7% traveled abroad.

Most often, marketers, advertisers, research and educational workers and top managers have to work from vacation. In the banking sector, 54% of the respondents do not work on vacation at all, and half of the beginners do not.

 

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