Low-wage Workers on the Labor Market of the Russian Federation Regions: What Russian Statistics Does not Say
Approaches to the definition of the number of low-wage workers, developed in the world practice, are investigated in the paper. Using Eurostat approach, the author defines decency wage threshold and the share of low-wage workers in the Russian Federation in 2007—2009. The reasons for low wages in the Russian regions are revealed, and recommendations to reduce the number of low-wage workers are offered.
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