Residents of Russian cities with a population of one million told the specialists of the SuperJob job search service how long it takes them to get ready to leave home and go to work. It turned out that the residents of Samara and Nizhny Novgorod spend most of their time doing morning routine.
In Rostov-on-Don and St. Petersburg, residents get ready to go to the office for an average of 58 minutes. Muscovites leave their homes 57 minutes after waking up. Kazan residents get ready to go to work in on average 56 minutes, Voronezh residents need 53 minutes, residents of Volgograd, Yekaterinburg, and Chelyabinsk spend an average of 51 minutes on this.
In addition, 46 minutes on average before going to work need people who live in Krasnodar and Omsk. Residents of Ufa get ready in 44 minutes, residents of Krasnoyarsk in 43 minutes. The fastest Russians live in Novosibirsk and Perm(41 minutes on average). Men in Samara have the slowest morning routine (an hour on average). The same can be said about the Nizhny Novgorod male residents (57 minutes). On the contrary, in Novosibirsk and Ufa, men get ready to go to work quite fast (on average 36 and 37 minutes, respectively).
Experts clarify that women need more time than men to get ready for work. Thus, female residents of Rostov-on-Don spend on their morning routine the largest amount of time among other Russian women (on average 1 hour 10 minutes), while St. Petersburg and Chelyabinsk women need a little less time (65 minutes). Women from Perm need on average 43 minutes and Krasnodar female residents can get ready in 48 minutes.