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Monday, February 19, 2018

Medvedev: low teacher salaries and high law enforcers can not compare

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev made a loud statement in the framework of the forum “Territory meanings on the Klyazma”. Answering the question about why the salary of a teacher in Dagestan is 4-5 times less than that of the enforcer, the politician said that it is impossible to compare these two professions.

photo: premier.gov.ru

The question the Prime Minister, as the “Zebra TV”, asked the young man of the Caucasian Republic. According to him, the teacher there can earn 10-15 thousand rubles, while a law enforcement officer — 50 thousand.

In response, Medvedev noted that the two professions can not be compared. As an example, he cited his own experience when, after graduation, received only 90 rubles on the background of the salary of 250 rubles from the police.

However, he noted, the priority for him was fellowship and not a career in the interior Ministry or the Prosecutor’s office, although to him it suggested.

In the end, concluded Medvedev, “energetic” teacher will always find an opportunity to find a raise. The Prime Minister instructed the youth to follow his calling so he answered another question about whether or not to go to the social workers at extremely low wages in this area.

We will remind that earlier in “the Territory of meanings” one of the participants complained about the inability to get a mortgage at the two higher formations and working in an orphanage in response to the moderator chided the girl that she asks such a question with iPhone in hand. She said that the smartphone was a gift, but the answer to your question in the end and not heard.

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