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Residents of Russia reacted to the possibility of reducing the working week
Almost half of Russians agree to switch to a four-day work week. During the survey, 49% of respondents spoke positively about the possibility of innovation. A third of them would like to spend an additional day off in the family circle.
According to Interfax, citing a study by the Superjob portal, every second working Russian agrees to switch from a five-day to a four-day working week. 31% of respondents are against such changes, people fear a decrease in wages. 20% have not yet decided which schedule is better.
The study revealed that the Russians also want to spend an additional day off in different ways. Every third of the respondents would spend it on family affairs, and every fifth - on the search for additional income. On the eve of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev gave instructions The Ministry of Labor of the Russian Federation to study the impact of the four-day working week on the economy and social sphere and submit its opinion before September 30.