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Features of contractual agreement and nature of labour relationships characterizing instability of employment are considered. Distribution of hired workers on salary in Russia is analysed and scales of payment of low wages are determined. Features of coverage by instability of employment of workers in Russia taking into account demographic structure of households and national standards of standard of living of population are established. The grouping of workers in Russia according to the forms of instability of employment is carried out.

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N. V. Pchelkina

Department of Management and Economics, Togliatti branch of Samara State University, Togliatti, 445037, Russian Federation.

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