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Happy Family is The Most Successful Career for Russian Girls


In the days of Soviet Union education in Russia used to be free and almost everybody tried to enter some university, institute or college right upon graduating from the school. Then there was a popular joke. Russian abbreviation “Institution of Higher Education”, which in Russian was “ВУЗ” (Высшее Учебное Заведение), for women was supposed to decipher as “Find a Proper Husband” (Выйти Удачно Замуж). Marriages between Russian girls and foreigners were rather uncommon then and Russian girls would look for a good husband among Russian men.


Of course, even then there were particular women in Russia who sailed the sea, headed huge enterprises or gave themselves to science. However, that was rather much of an exception than the rule. The most important thing for Russian women has always been their family, children and husband, that is why they preferred to take the job that would not require them too much time and effort and would not divert them form their household duties. A career was rather a men’s prerogative and would always associate with men, although Soviet ideology pretended that men and women are equal in their rights.


In the years of perestroika Russians began to adopt Western life style and a lot of Russian women went into business. However, the reason for that was not for their ambitions or native inclinations. In fact, due to a serious economical crisis, that was taking place in Russia during perestroika, almost all huge industrial companies and plants were run down and a lot of men, who had used to be experts in their sphere and had always been paid well, lost their job. They were no more able to keep their family, thus Russian women had to find the way out.


In the course of time the situation relatively improved, but Russian men, who have already accustomed to the idea that the women are able to win their bread at their own discretion, no more feel themselves responsible for family wages. They are absolutely indisposed to burden themselves with children and other family issues. For that reason nowadays Russian girls and women look for foreign husbands. They believe that there are still some men abroad who are able to dispense them with the necessity of making a career and can provide them with the opportunity to engage in things they are most fond of. Still, these things are their family, children and no one but their husband.

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