the Proportion of Russians with average income below 15 thousand rubles increased from 38,1% to 44.6% for the period of the pandemic, according to the survey SK “Rosgosstrakh-life” and SEC “Prospect”.
average monthly income of more than 70% of Russians do not exceed 25 thousand rubles. At the end of the pandemic in the early stages of a significant decline in revenues reported by every fifth inhabitant of the country, and one in ten have completely lost earnings.
the Percentage of citizens with a monthly income of up to 5 thousand rubles increased from 6.9% in the successful February to 8.1% in June, with income of 5-15 thousand rubles — from 31.2% to 36.5%, while the share with earnings of 15-25 thousand rubles increased from 25.6 percent to 28.2 percent.
most Russians with an income of 15-25 thousand rubles in the Khabarovsk region (50%), Moscow (43.8%) and Belgorod (41,7%) regions.
the Pandemic has affected and residents who earned more than 25 thousand rubles. The proportion of Russians with an income of 25-35 thousand rubles decreased from 15.3% to 13%, and with incomes 35 to 50 thousand rubles — from 11.5% to 8.5%.
a Lot of lost and the middle class: the share of earning 50-100 thousand rubles declined from 7.6% to 3.5%.
In 2019, the share of people living below the poverty line in Russia (incomes below the subsistence level) has decreased in comparison with the 2018 year from 12.9% to 12.3%.
the Average salary in Russia is expected to rise over 3 years on 10 thousand rubles, with an expected 47,531 thousand ruble in 2020 to 57,675 thousand in 2023, according to a draft budget of the social insurance Fund for the next three years. According to the latest statistics, the average monthly accrued wages of employees of organizations in April 2020 made 49,306 thousand rubles, and compared with the corresponding period of the previous year increased by 1.0% (in January-April 2020 was an increase of 6.7%).