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Aleksandr Bartuli
Socioeconomic aspects of student employment in modern Russia
Bachelor’s programme
2014
This paper examines characteristics of russian student employment. The main goal is to define the impact of different factors (age, gender, course of education, place of living, family income per capita and number of dependants) on the following characteristics of employment: state of employment, type of employment (formal/informal) and labor intensity. For this purpose the data provided by Russian longitudinal monitoring survey were used. In order to achieve the results regressional analysis and the analysis of employment ratios, calculated for different student groups, formed by the studied factors were implemented. It was found that age, gender and family income per capita positively affect state of employment and labor intensity of russian students.

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