MOSCOW, 15 March – RIA Novosti. Almost a quarter of Russians (23%) believe that they will begin to experience financial difficulties in less than a week after being fired. RBC writes about this with reference to the survey data of the research service of the online recruiting platform Head Hunter.
At the same time, 20% of respondents believe that they have enough money for two weeks, while 15% of survey participants will be able to live on the accumulated funds for a month and a half.
Only 3% of those surveyed said they would not experience financial difficulties due to lack of work.
According to the study, almost a quarter of respondents (23%) would have to borrow from their parents after leaving, while 16% would borrow money from relatives or friends, and 11% would take a loan.
The poll, which was conducted from February 22 to March 10, was attended by 5.5 thousand people.
Earlier, a study of the online job search service Superjob showed how much Russians are willing to lend to paychecks. Thus, the average amount that Russians are willing to lend to a colleague is 5.8 thousand rubles, to a friend – on average 12.3 thousand, and to a relative – 18 thousand rubles.