44% of Russians this year for various reasons will not take a vacation. These are the results of a study conducted by spent Rabota.ru at the request of the”Russian newspaper”.

The main reasons such people are citizens called the lack of money (37%) and a large amount of work (8%).

Last year marked the recovery of the labor market, growth in jobs (approximately 10%) and an increase in the average wages in several sectors (the increase was about 4%), but Russians still remember the crisis and keep jobs, said the publication the chief editor of the portal Rabota.ru Anna Chukseev. Besides, most people have credit obligations, so they are willing to work with redoubled zeal.

Last year his intent to take leave, said 48% of the population.
The survey again found a small percentage of workers who rest just don’t want the newspaper.

Most often among workaholics meet senior management or simply overly responsible employees who believe that the whole workflow will stop without them.

In some companies, mainly small and operating in the regions, the refusal of leave is encouraged by employers. Usually in such cases, the rule went on vacation – his seat.

As for those 56% of the population, which this year is on vacation still going, about 39% plan to take only two weeks, say the results of the survey. All-inclusive vacation will be only approximately 14% of Russians. Another 9%, responding to a question on expected length of stay, stated that they do not have to choose and “walk” they will be how much will the employer.



44% of Russians this year will not go on vacation 29.03.2017

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