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The impact of 2014-2015 crisis on the social and labor mobility of population of Vladimir Oblast (the opinion poll data)
Abstract.The subject of this research is the social and labor mobility of population of Vladimir Oblast in the conditions of 2014-2015 crisis. The introduction of sanctions, devaluation of the Russian ruble led not only to escalation of the international climate and actual drop in personal income, but also the job market instability. The article examines the impact of crisis on the people’s professional fulfillment, determines the rate of negative influence on the quality of people’s life in form of the loss of employment, and earnings reduction. The main research method is the public opinion polling, which involved residents of different age and gender in majority of the municipal formations of the region. The acquired results allow making a conclusion on the prevalence of negative impact of the crisis on the social and labor mobility of population of Vladimir Oblast, as well as identifying the age group that suffered the most from the economic downfall. The age range of this population group is fairly wide – from 25 to 55 years old. The analysis of gender specificity underlines that the male population faced salary reductions more often and had to seek additional earnings, while the females were willing to take the lesser paying jobs. Although, on some part of the population the crisis had a positive effect. The male population demonstrated bigger chances to top up their qualification and get a higher-paid job than the female population or the age group from 25 to 34.
Keywords: employment terms, sociological research, labor mobility, social mobility, salary, labor market, region, reeducation, wage rates, extra work
Article was received:27-08-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .