November 28, 2022, 11:44
More than a quarter of Russians began to receive additional education, follows from the results of the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM), published RIA Novosti.
So, in 2022, respondents began to attend training courses, read educational literature and receive additional education – 28% agree with this thesis. Almost every fifth (19%), in turn, denies it. Rather, 8% disagree, for 43% of the respondents this is not relevant, 2% found it difficult to answer.
The survey was conducted on November 19 and 20 among 1,600 Russians aged 18 and over.
Previously reportedthat the majority of students (60%) in additional education programs are men. More than half of students are over 25 years old: a quarter are aged 26 to 30, 23% are 31–35 years old, and 14% are from 36 to 40. The smallest age groups are people over 50 years old (2%) and under 18 ( 4.2%), follows from a survey of the educational platform GeekBrains.