62% of Russians, according to a SuperJob study, do not plan to go on vacation this fall. The number of people wanting to work during the autumn period has increased significantly compared to last year, when 54% of respondents refused to take vacation.
Those who will not go on vacation this fall are most numerous among Russians under 34 years of age: 72%.
The majority of those who plan to go on vacation will spend it at home: 15% of those surveyed. This vacation option was chosen more frequently than others in the last two years. 6% of those surveyed are planning a trip to the country.
Another 6% of those surveyed intend to travel to Russia. The most popular tourist destinations: St. Petersburg, Krasnodar Territory, the North Caucasus, Kazan, Altai and Crimea.
Only 3% of respondents plan to vacation abroad. The most popular countries are Belarus, Türkiye and Egypt. Among Russians with incomes of up to 50 thousand rubles a month, there were no those who went on vacation abroad.
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