Only 1 out of 3 university students in Crimea support the idea of returning to the graduate distribution system
A draft law has been submitted to the State Duma, which will oblige state-funded graduates to work for three years on distribution, and in case of refusal, to reimburse the state for the cost of education. Economically active citizens and parents of high school students find the idea of returning to a distribution system and guaranteed employment of university graduates more attractive than the students themselves. Representatives of the economically active population and university students from the Crimea took part in the surveys of the SuperJob service for finding highly paid jobs.
63% of Crimeans are in favor of returning to the system of distribution of university graduates. Every fourth spoke against, 12% found it difficult to answer. Respondents over 45 years of age (70%) and citizens with higher education (63%) were most likely to return to the system of distribution of university graduates. A survey of parents of students in grades 10-11 showed that most of them consider the return to the system of distribution of graduates a boon (57%)— noted in the press service of the service.
Among students of universities and institutes, only 3 out of 10 support a return to the graduate distribution system. 44% believe that such a system violates the freedom of choice, and speak out against its introduction.
Time: May 1-17, 2023
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