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    cedric

    4 years ago
    I'm curious, the 200,000 rubles, is that per year or month? Either doesn't seem right
    louiscad

    louiscad

    4 years ago
    @cedric Can't be per year, that would be less than 3K€ per year
    nfrankel

    nfrankel

    4 years ago
    why “per month” wouldn’t be right? i mean, it’s not moscow cost of living might not be that high plus, it’s 3-6 years of experience which makes the salary pretty good for that level of experience in russia it’s not silicon valley!
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    cedric

    4 years ago
    Yeah it has to be monthly
    nfrankel

    nfrankel

    4 years ago
    if you want to confirm, apply 😉
    it’s a bit cold for me
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    cedric

    4 years ago
    Also 200k is about $6700 if I converted correctly
    So around $90k annually
    nfrankel

    nfrankel

    4 years ago
    it’s much less for me
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    cedric

    4 years ago
    Oh wow you're right
    So now it looks pretty low for an expensive city like st Petersburg
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    moonsweel

    4 years ago
    Hi from Russia, it’s per month and fine for this city. Also notice that this number is “from”, and you can negotiate it to higher numbers.
    And here in Russia, when we talk about salary, we use netto value. And even 200.000 rubles is brutto, subtract 13%.
    nfrankel

    nfrankel

    4 years ago
    Also notice that this number is “from”
    well, you have to know some russian to understand “ot” is “from”😉
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    moonsweel

    4 years ago
    Google translates this correclty
    And I’ve read full desc, they mention netto wage, so 200.000+ is what you have after you pay taxes. (Actually, a company pays taxes for you here in Russia).
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    cedric

    4 years ago
    Interesting, thanks for the clarifications @moonsweel
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    pivovarit

    4 years ago
    @moonsweel at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter who pays taxes - it’s a deduction from a budget reserved for you 🙂