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Only a quarter of Russians expect a salary increase this year

Only a quarter of Russians expect a salary increase this year
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More than a quarter of Russians are counting on a wage increase this year. At the same time, most do not expect an increase in income.

According to RIA NewsAccording to a study by the Rabota.ru service, at the end of last year, Russians were even less optimistic in their forecasts for an increase in wages. Then about 19% of respondents spoke about a possible increase in wages. This year, 28% of the respondents are sure of a salary increase, and 72% of respondents do not expect an increase in salaries from employers.

Earlier, experts said - by the end of 2020 Russian incomes will fall by 17,5% Is a record drop since 2014. At the same time, already in the first months of the declared self-isolation regime incomes of Russian residents decreased, according to Rosstat, by 0,2%.
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