The volume of paid educational services provided to Muscovites grew by more than 34% over the year, this is due to the growing interest of residents of the capital in this area, said Vladimir Efimov, Deputy Mayor for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations.
The volume of paid services provided by the education system to the population grew by more than 34% and amounted to 122 billion rubles.”
In general, the volume of paid educational services provided to both organizations and the population in January-September 2021 amounted to 132.8 billion rubles. During this period, specialized institutions transferred 52.9 billion rubles to the budget. taxes. Revenues have grown in comparison not only with 2020, but also with 2019.
“Thanks to the rapid development of distance education and the growth of requests for professional reorientation among the residents of the capital, more and more Muscovites have become interested in obtaining additional education,” Kirill Purtov, head of the city’s economic policy and development department, was quoted as saying.
Earlier, the Moscow authorities announced the restoration of the capital’s economy from the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and related restrictions.