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Tuesday, January 21
of parents say that their children study in vocational schools, colleges or training schools because they need to ‘get on their feet’ as soon as possible and begin earning income for the family.
of Russians have donated to charity in the past year.
of students in conventional schools and universities age 15 to 30 are prone to ‘conspicuous consumption’, i.e., buying the most expensive items.
is the average age that Russian women give birth to their first child.
of Russians do not go to museums: 70% do not know they are nearby, while the other 14% have simply never had the desire to visit them.
is the amount by which the real value of savings in Russia’s defined contribution pension system declined in 2004-2011. Only four out of 68 management companies saw returns on investment exceed inflation during this period.
of Russian families with children are convinced that obtaining any higher education is important for a child but that the field of study and the university do not matter.
of Russians do not trust any non-governmental organisations, and 24% of respondents couldn’t answer a question of which NGOs or nonprofit organisations they do trust.
of Russian families are willing to devote up to 10% of their monthly budget to ensure their children have a quality education. 23% of families are not willing to pay at all.
of Russians expect the country’s economy to experience positive changes in the coming 12 months. At the same time, only 12% of respondents expect their own financial condition to improve.