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Poll: What young Muscovites are saving for – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 11:06:55

The experts were not surprised by the survey results. According to Kirill Plokhikh, Director of the Business Faculty of Synergy University, young people have not lived according to Soviet canons for a long time: then it was believed that it was imperative to acquire their own apartment, work in one place for many years and form a family until the age of 25. Today, young people often live by other rules and for themselves, and when they realize that they are tired of this way of life, they begin to solve the housing problem.

“They do not perceive the purchase of housing as something necessary. They usually have a reserve of money for a rainy day. For example, in case of dismissal, this safety cushion allows you to rent an apartment for six months and look for a new job. They are ready to receive a month, say, 10 thousand rubles less, but not be tied to the office, not spend money in transport, business lunches, etc., – explained “RG” Bad. – They think something like this: I found a remote job, I will go to Thailand, where housing is twice as cheap as in Moscow, but at the same time I will receive the same amount.

According to the managing partner of the Premier tourism agency Kamila Velibekova, the most precious thing in life is impressions, which is why young people spend money on travel. A change of scenery, she says, helps reset her. “Young metropolis residents are the most prone to burnout at work,” notes Velibekova. “To cope with stress, they explore new routes where they take a break from their daily routine, gain strength, broaden their horizons and they make new friends. ” The younger generation, traveling the world, comes to know themselves better and understand the world around them more deeply. Traveling also helps to explore culture and new languages. And financial expert Natalya Zhukova believes that saving for a trip, clothes and a conditional smartphone is now much more real than for her own apartment. Especially considering the current prices of metropolitan housing.

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