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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Graduates of Russian universities agree to work at least 74 thousand rubles


Sociologists have found financial appetites of students of leading Russian universities. The study showed that freshmen are not prepared to work less than 100 thousand rubles per month. However, by the fifth course requests are modest.


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Graduates of leading universities of the country expect to pay in the amount of 74 thousand rubles, write “news” with reference to the study of Changellenge company. However, in comparison with the needs of freshmen, this figure is less than 26 thousand. So, students of such universities as Moscow state University, MGIMO and St. Petersburg state University, hope will receive not less than 100 thousand rubles a month.

“Freshmen are the highest career expectations, it’s very funny. They think that soon will become Directors. But after the first attempts to find a job gradually begin to fall to the ground”, — said General Director Andrey Changellenge Alasow.

Chairman of the Russian Union of students, member of the Public Council of the Ministry of education and science Alexey Kazak considers that the financial expectations of young people are directly dependent on the prestige of the University. “Of course, investing serious money into education, the boys hope for a higher salary. And this is the biggest misconception. For employers the diploma is just the crust, it’s the skills and experience,” he said.

The study also showed how different professional preferences of graduates of prestigious universities. Most of them prefer a job in consulting (56%), investments (32%) and in banking (30%). However, over the past year, amid falling oil prices have significantly decreased interest in oil and gas sector (from 24% to 19%), the newspaper writes.

In early April, analysts of research holding “ROMIR” found that the average Russian family to “normal life” enough 72 700 rubles a month. It was noted that citizens have become more modest in their material needs because in times of crisis there is a “revaluation of values”.

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