Russians will spend New Year's holidays in the Krasnodar Territory, Crimea and St. Petersburg
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Russians will spend New Year's holidays in the Krasnodar Territory, Crimea and St. Petersburg

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11-23-2021
 
Source: Rosa Khutor
A special survey was conducted by the service for finding high-paying jobs SuperJob. It was attended by 1600 representatives of the economically active population from all districts of the country.

"Four out of 10 Russians, and this is 38%, will spend their January holidays at home: most often they plan to sleep off and devote time to their household members. Almost one in five will be employed at work - 19%. 6% plan to spend most of their vacation away. 5% - in the country or in the village. 2% want to go on a trip to Russia and only 1 in 100 - abroad. Of the domestic destinations, the most popular are St. Petersburg, Krasnodar Territory and Crimea, of the open foreign ones - Thailand, Egypt and Israel," says the service's website.

The older the Russians, the more often they shared their plans to spend New Year's holidays at home: 34% of those surveyed under 34 and 41% of those over 45. Men will work on holidays more often than women - 22 and 16%, respectively. Most of those who will be employed during the January holidays are among those surveyed with an income of 80 thousand rubles per month.

Compared to the before covid period, a lot of Russians will work during the holidays - 19%, more was only last year - 24%. The number of those planning to go on trips in Russia or abroad is 2-2.5 times lower than it was before the pandemic, SuperJob reported.


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