Named share left without work because of the coronavirus Russians

In a crisis situation caused by the pandemic coronavirus, remained without work for 12 percent of Russians. These data are presented in the joint study “ROMIR” and Gallup International, the materials of which is in the possession “of the”.

Another 30 percent say that part-time work and 32 percent said that temporarily stopped working. About a serious loss of income for these reasons, reported by 39 percent of respondents. Have not noticed any changes 30 percent.

the Study was conducted in several countries. Leader in new unemployment became Pakistan, where the loss of a job, said 68 percent of respondents. Next are Malaysia (37 percent) and the Philippines (34 per cent). Best situation in Japan (1 percent), Germany (2 percent), South Korea and Switzerland (3 percent).

the average of the 18 countries of the dismissal was reported by 15 percent of respondents, on part-time work — 12% and temporary cessation of work — 28 percent. A significant part of the income lost 37 percent of all respondents.

most Often about problems with the work, said young people under 30 (19 percent), and the loss of income — people aged 30 to 49 years (42%).

As the President noted “ROMIR” Andrey milehin, the study shows that the crisis affected the most active and protest audience, i.e. young people. “The new generation will demand or even to change. This process, which became apparent to the sociologists before global cataclysms, today, only accelerated,” — said he.

Previously, “ROMIR” has informed that has seriously lost income 39 percent of Muscovites, 32 percent had temporarily stopped working, and 12 percent were unemployed. It’s exactly the same numbers as in Russia as a whole.

In turn, Deputy Chairman of the Federation of independent trade unions of Russia (FNPR) Alexander Shershukov said that the total real number of unemployed in the country rose to 4 million people.