For me, who grew up in a small Siberian town, there is nothing unexpected in the local pluses and minuses. Although it can be difficult for residents of big cities here – not to compare the quality of infrastructure (there are simply no good private clinics here, just go to doctors in a sanatorium or go to another city), cultural life (there are 5 museums and a philharmonic society in the city, there is no cinema and swimming pool, for example ). Well, the main issue for those who have moved is work. Salaries in the city are low, 20,000 rubles. is the norm. Employees of sanatoriums and shops are in demand, there is no production or large service companies here at all. Therefore, you need to have your own source of income or be ready to open your own business.
Most of those who move here are pensioners.
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For me, the pros of this calm, atmospheric resort town outweigh all the cons. Three years later, I have not regretted the move for a single minute. The main thing is to make your choice consciously and accept all the features of life in the provinces.