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The scale of the quiet drama that is being played out on the Russian labor market is still very few people realize. Unless high-end recruiters and analysts. But it’s directly, personally experienced by people in their forties who lose their jobs and find that finding a new one with the same income level has become some kind of unsolvable problem.
Age discrimination (ageism) does not flourish somewhere in the West that invented the word, but here in Russia. Many of those over forty are keenly aware that they are not needed in the economy. Or what will become unnecessary tomorrow. In fact, we are talking about tens of millions of potential unemployed.
What if you are 40-50, the profession is outdated, it is difficult to work? We go to the “figure”
But these people are at an age when their matured children still need financial support, and the condition of their aged parents already urgently requires it. Double responsibility and double oppression – in alarming times of the growing threat to remain without decent earnings. Continue reading