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Insight | Around Russia  | 08.02.22

Russians Named Top Professions They Advise Their Children

Only 3 per cent of Russian parents surveyed by specialists of the job search service dream of a scientific career for their child, while most of the respondents voted for the professions of IT specialists and medical workers.  Talking about their dreams of the future for their sons, 26 per cent of Russian parents admitted

Insight | Around Russia  | 03.12.21

Survey: Most Russians Feel Happiness and Pride When Children Born

Specialists of the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Centre conducted a study and found out how Russians feel about having children. The survey showed that the majority of respondents believe that children are needed for procreation (33%). Others said that children are happiness and joy (20%), our future (12%), the meaning of life (9%), the future

Insight | Around Russia  | 16.07.21

Russian Parents Support Idea of Creating Student’s Digital Portfolio

Specialists of the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VTsIOM) presented the data from a survey of Russians about school portfolios. According to the results obtained, of those who have schoolchildren in their families, 50 per cent are aware of school portfolios and 50 per cent have never heard about this format for recording students’ achievements. 

Economics | Insight | Around Russia  | 14.06.21

Russians Told How Much Pocket Money They Give Children

Three-quarters of Russians support the idea of ​​allocating a certain budget for pocket money for their children, RIA Novosti reports, referring to a study conducted by Rosgosstrakh Bank. Most parents consider the optimal amount of pocket money for children to be up to 250 rubles a week.  Experts clarify that about 74 per cent of

Recommended | Insight | Around Russia  | 26.05.21

Russian Parents Named Top Cities for Children’s Careers

Most often, Muscovites, Petersburgers, and Kazan residents want their children to stay in their hometown after graduation. The residents of Volgograd want this least of all. Such data was received by the specialists of the SuperJob job search service.  The majority of Muscovites (74 per cent) wish their children to stay in their city after

Recommended | Insight | Around Russia  | 18.05.21

Russians Let Children Choose Profession Independently

Specialists of the Rabota.ru job search service conducted a study and found out what factors influence the choice of a profession of residents of Russia and in which industries there is most often the continuity of generations preserved.  The results of the study showed that 47 per cent of the respondents believe that the education

Insight | Around Russia  | 22.04.21

Russians Use Praise to Motivate Children Study

Specialists from the SuperJob job search service conducted a study to find out how Russians motivate their children to study well. It turned out that children are most often praised or given gifts for their success in school.   The results of the study showed that 43 per cent of parents encourage the success of schoolchildren

Insight | Around Russia  | 03.04.21

Russian Women Start Feeling Independent Earlier Than Men

Most often, Russians realize their independence from their parents when they begin to earn their own money, but 17 per cent feel dependent on their parents anyway, as follows from the results of a survey conducted by specialists from the SuperJob job search service.  The average age of realizing their complete independence from their parents

Insight | Kazan  | 22.03.21

Kazan Parents Checked Food Quality in School Canteens

In total, almost 7 thousand parents tasted school lunches in Kazan and were satisfied with the food there. The general director of the City Food Department, Rima Mukhamedshina, told about this on March 22, at the mayor’s office, tatar-inform reports.   Parental nutritional control began to operate in Kazan on January 11, 2021. Moms and dads

Insight | Omsk  | 16.10.20

Omsk Parents Received 300,000 Rubles for Three Newborns

In Omsk, on September 13, triplets were born in the family of Natalia and Ivan, two daughters and a son, the Omsk mayor’s office reports.  It is noted that a lump sum payment to Omsk families is issued with the birth of three or more children at the same time in the amount of 100,000

Recommended | Insight | Yekaterinburg  | 06.10.20

Yekaterinburg Resident Changed Patronymic to Matronymic

A resident of Yekaterinburg, Alla Chikinda, changed her patronymic to matronymic, RIA News reports. The girl changed her patronymic Vasilievna (derived from the father’s name Vasily) and became Irinovna (derived from the mother’s name Irina). She added that the registry office employees did not even ask her about the reasons, as “it became a usual