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    September 7, 2017

    Economic migration of Ukrainians to Crimea

    September 7, 2017 - Fort Russ News -

    Whoswhos. org [Кто есть кто], translated by Tom Winter -

    Impoverished Ukrainians, forgetting doctrinal principle, eager to work in the Crimea

    Ukraine's economic ambitions have been suffering an ongoing fiasco: the country's economy is dropping before our eyes. It has come to the point that people are happy with a salary equal to one day's earnings in decent states.

    The impoverished Ukrainians have long given up on their politicians. There is no point in listening to them: bunglers! Many have revised their recent views on the Crimea and have come to the conclusion that the peninsula is better under the Russian Federation: It is developing, there are enough jobs for everyone, and salaries in the Crimea are such that they did not dream of seeing, according to the Crimean News.

    Today, more and more Ukrainians want to work on the Russian peninsula. There the average salary is more than 30 thousand rubles - for the self-supporting it's just fantastic money! The whole capital!

    Over the year, the salaries in the Crimea increased by 16.2%, while in Ukraine, the inflation is terrible, as employers look for any opportunity to cut the ridiculous salary of "real Europeans."

    For the self-supporting worker there is nothing to get - today a worker's salary is not enough even for food. Ukrainians have understood for some time that to ensure a decent life they have to be working in Russia. Many choose Crimea: it's near home, near the sea, featuring many familiar and favorite places.
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