Pre-Revolutionary salary and cash equivalents in the Soviet and pre-revolutionary modern money wages and prices, or how people lived until 1917.

1. Rabochie.Srednyaya salary working for Russian sostavlyalya 37.5 rubley.Umnozhim that amount by 1282 to 29 (the ratio of the ruble exchange rate to the current king's) and get the amount of 48.085 million rubles for a modern restatement.

2. Janitor 18 rubles or 23081 p. modern money

3. Lieutenant (modern equivalent - Lieutenant) 70 p. or 89 760 p. modern money

4. Policeman (ordinary police officer) 20, 5 p. or 26 287 p. modern money

5. Workers (St. Petersburg) .Interesno that the average salary in St. Petersburg was lower at 1914 22 rubles 53 kopecks. Multiply this amount by 1282 and get 29 28890 Russian rubles.

6.Kuharka 5 - 8 p. or 10 thousand 6.5.-modern money

7. Elementary school teacher 25 p. or 32050 p. modern money

8.Uchitel gymnasium or 108970 p. modern money

9 ... Senior janitor 40 p. or 51 297 p. modern money

10 ... The policeman warden (the modern equivalent -uchastkovy) 50 p. or 64,115 of modern money

11.Feldsher 40 p. or 51280 p.

12.Polkovnik 325 p. or 416 744 p. modern money

13.Kollezhsky Assessor (official middle-class) 62 p. or 79 502 p. modern money

14. Privy Councillor (official high-end) 500 641 145 or on modern money. The same received army general

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And how, you ask, then cost products? Pounds of meat in 1914 was worth 19 kopecks. Russian pound weighed 0 40,951,241 grams. So kilogram, whether he had a measure of weight, would cost 46 cents 39 - 0, 359 grams of gold, that is, in today's money, 551 rubles 14 kopecks. Thus, a worker could buy his salary 48, 6 kg of meat, if, of course, wanted.

Wheat flour, 0, 08 p. (8 cents) = 1 pound (0, 4 kg)

Figure lb 0, 12 p. = 1 pound (0, 4 kg)

Biscuit 0, 60 p. = 1 pound (0, 4 kg)

Milk 0, 08 p. = 1 bottle

Tomatoes 0, 22 p. = 1 pound

Fish (pike) 0, 25 p. = 1 pound

Grapes (raisins) 0, 16 p. = 1 pound

Apples 0, 03 p. = 1 pound

Quite a decent life !!!

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Now let's see how much cost to rent a house. Rental housing cost in St. Petersburg 25, and in Moscow and Kiev 20 cents per square yard per month. These now account for 20 cents of 256 rubles, and a square yards - 0, 5058 m². That is, the monthly rent per square meter in 1914 was worth 506 rubles today. The apartment is a hundred square yards of our clerk would be filmed in St. Petersburg for 25 rubles per month. But he is such an apartment is not rented, and was satisfied with basement and attic garret, where the area was smaller, and the rental rate - lower. This apartment rented usually titular councilors, received a salary at an army captain. Naked titular counselor salary was 105 rubles a month (134 thousand 640 rubles) per month. Thus, the 50-meter apartment cost him less than a quarter of the salary.

And now tell you about how to make the allocation on the example of modern money zarplatykantselyarista (petty officer) rubles in his salary was 37 rubles and 24 kopecks a half. In those years there was the gold standard, and every ruble contained the 17, 424 the proportion of pure gold, that is, 0, 774 235 g in terms of metric measures. Therefore clerk salary is 28 836 382 575 gram of gold. If we divide the weight on the current gold content of the ruble as of 28 January 2013, we will receive 47,758 rubles and 89 kopecks more. As you can see, the royal ruble in 1282 is today a modern rubles 29 kopecks. Thus, in October the year before the course tsarist rubles ... In those years, there was the gold standard, and every ruble contained the 17, 424 the proportion of pure gold, that is, 0, 774 235 g in terms of metric measures. Therefore clerk salary is 28 836 382 575 gram of gold. If we divide the weight on the current gold content of the ruble as of 28 January 2013, we will receive 47,758 rubles and 89 kopecks more. As you can see, the royal ruble today is 1282 rubles 29 kopecks date.

Thus, in October the year before the king's ruble exchange rate in relation to the modern Russian ruble increased by 1, 426 times.

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Recall that in 1983 it was equal to 7, 45 Soviet ruble, which in a way is now 159, 54 Russian.

And how, then, I received the Russian workers? The average salary in the first half of 1914 in St. Petersburg was 22 rubles 53 kopecks - 17, 44,351,455 grams in terms of gold. Multiply this amount by 1188, and 62 had received 26 800 Russian rubles. The Soviet money is respectively 167 rubles 85 kopecks. Now look at the table of salaries for the years 1897-2011, which shows that in 1983 the average salary in the USSR was 165, 75 cents, that is, about the same as the Russian workers and received before the revolution. But workers' wages is not the average salary - the average salary in Russia in 1913 amounted to 37, 5 rubles, which is almost exactly corresponds to the above-stated salary vnetabelnogo clerk.

And how, you ask, then cost products? Pounds of meat in 1914 was worth 19 kopecks. Russian pound weighed 0 40951241 gram (see .: Russian measure). So kilogram, whether he had a measure of weight, would cost 46 cents 39 - 0, 359 grams of gold, that is, in today's money, 551 rubles 14 kopecks. Thus, a worker could buy his salary 48, 6 kg of meat, if, of course, wanted to. Vnetabelny same clerk could have bought all your lёdnik 80, 26 pounds.

In pre-revolutionary Soviet money meat would cost 3 rubles 48 kopecks. Now let's see how much cost to rent a house. Rental housing cost in St. Petersburg 25, and in Moscow and Kiev 20 cents per square yard per month. These 20 cents today are 307 rubles, and a square yards - 0, 5058 m². That is, the monthly rent per square meter in 1914 was worth 607 rubles today. The apartment is a hundred square yards of our clerk would be filmed in St. Petersburg for 25 rubles per month. But he is such an apartment is not rented, and was satisfied with basement and attic garret, where the area was smaller, and the rental rate - lower. This apartment rented usually titulyashki - titular councilors receiving salary level army captain, but no extra money for the army officers entered to January 1, 1909. Naked titular counselor salary was 105 rubles a month (109 thousand 228 rubles) per month. Thus, the 50-meter apartment cost the titulyashke less than a quarter of the salary.

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1. Rabochie.Srednyaya salary working for Russian sostavlyalya 37.5 rubley.Umnozhim that amount by 1282 to 29 (the ratio of the ruble exchange rate to the current king's) and get the amount of 48.085 million rubles for a modern restatement.

2. Janitor 18 rubles or 23081 p. modern money

3. Lieutenant (modern equivalent - Lieutenant) 70 p. or 89 760 p. modern money

4. Policeman (ordinary police officer) 20, 5 p. or 26 287 p. modern money

5. Workers (St. Petersburg) .Interesno that the average salary in St. Petersburg was lower at 1914 22 rubles 53 kopecks. Multiply this amount by 1282 and get 29 28890 Russian rubles.

6.Kuharka 5 - 8 p. or 10 thousand 6.5.-modern money

7. Elementary school teacher 25 p. or 32050 p. modern money

8.Uchitel gymnasium or 108970 p. modern money

9 ... Senior janitor 40 p. or 51 297 p. modern money

10 ... The policeman warden (the modern equivalent -uchastkovy) 50 p. or 64,115 of modern money

11.Feldsher 40 p. or 51280 p.

12.Polkovnik 325 p. or 416 744 p. modern money

13.Kollezhsky Assessor (official middle-class) 62 p. or 79 502 p. modern money

14. Privy Councillor (official high-end) 500 641 145 or on modern money. The same received army general

And how, you ask, then cost products? Pounds of meat in 1914 was worth 19 kopecks. Russian pound weighed 0 40,951,241 grams. So kilogram, whether he had a measure of weight, would cost 46 cents 39 - 0, 359 grams of gold, that is, in today's money, 551 rubles 14 kopecks. Thus, a worker could buy his salary 48, 6 kg of meat, if, of course, wanted.

Wheat flour, 0, 08 p. (8 cents) = 1 pound (0, 4 kg)

Figure lb 0, 12 p. = 1 pound (0, 4 kg)

Biscuit 0, 60 p. = 1 pound (0, 4 kg)

Milk 0, 08 p. = 1 bottle

Tomatoes 0, 22 p. = 1 pound

Fish (pike) 0, 25 p. = 1 pound

Grapes (raisins) 0, 16 p. = 1 pound

Apples 0, 03 p. = 1 pound

Quite a decent life !!!

Now let's see how much cost to rent a house. Rental housing cost in St. Petersburg 25, and in Moscow and Kiev 20 cents per square yard per month. These now account for 20 cents of 256 rubles, and a square yards - 0, 5058 m². That is, the monthly rent per square meter in 1914 was worth 506 rubles today. The apartment is a hundred square yards of our clerk would be filmed in St. Petersburg for 25 rubles per month. But he is such an apartment is not rented, and was satisfied with basement and attic garret, where the area was smaller, and the rental rate - lower. This apartment rented usually titular councilors, received a salary at an army captain. Naked titular counselor salary was 105 rubles a month (134 thousand 640 rubles) per month. Thus, the 50-meter apartment cost him less than a quarter of the salary.

And now tell you about how to make the allocation on the example of modern money zarplatykantselyarista (petty officer) rubles in his salary was 37 rubles and 24 kopecks a half. In those years there was the gold standard, and every ruble contained the 17, 424 the proportion of pure gold, that is, 0, 774 235 g in terms of metric measures. Therefore clerk salary is 28 836 382 575 gram of gold. If we divide the weight on the current gold content of the ruble as of 28 January 2013, we will receive 47,758 rubles and 89 kopecks more. As you can see, the royal ruble in 1282 is today a modern rubles 29 kopecks. Thus, in October the year before the course tsarist rubles ... In those years, there was the gold standard, and every ruble contained the 17, 424 the proportion of pure gold, that is, 0, 774 235 g in terms of metric measures. Therefore clerk salary is 28 836 382 575 gram of gold. If we divide the weight on the current gold content of the ruble as of 28 January 2013, we will receive 47,758 rubles and 89 kopecks more. As you can see, the royal ruble today is 1282 rubles 29 kopecks date.

Thus, in October the year before the king's ruble exchange rate in relation to the modern Russian ruble increased by 1, 426 times.

Recall that in 1983 it was equal to 7, 45 Soviet ruble, which in a way is now 159, 54 Russian.

And how, then, I received the Russian workers? The average salary in the first half of 1914 in St. Petersburg was 22 rubles 53 kopecks - 17, 44,351,455 grams in terms of gold. Multiply this amount by 1188, and 62 had received 26 800 Russian rubles. The Soviet money is respectively 167 rubles 85 kopecks. Now look at the table of salaries for the years 1897-2011, which shows that in 1983 the average salary in the USSR was 165, 75 cents, that is, about the same as the Russian workers and received before the revolution. But workers' wages is not the average salary - the average salary in Russia in 1913 amounted to 37, 5 rubles, which is almost exactly corresponds to the above-stated salary vnetabelnogo clerk.

And how, you ask, then cost products? Pounds of meat in 1914 was worth 19 kopecks. Russian pound weighed 0 40951241 gram (see .: Russian measure). So kilogram, whether he had a measure of weight, would cost 46 cents 39 - 0, 359 grams of gold, that is, in today's money, 551 rubles 14 kopecks. Thus, a worker could buy his salary 48, 6 kg of meat, if, of course, wanted to. Vnetabelny same clerk could have bought all your lёdnik 80, 26 pounds.

In pre-revolutionary Soviet money meat would cost 3 rubles 48 kopecks. Now let's see how much cost to rent a house. Rental housing cost in St. Petersburg 25, and in Moscow and Kiev 20 cents per square yard per month. These 20 cents today are 307 rubles, and a square yards - 0, 5058 m². That is, the monthly rent per square meter in 1914 was worth 607 rubles today. The apartment is a hundred square yards of our clerk would be filmed in St. Petersburg for 25 rubles per month. But he is such an apartment is not rented, and was satisfied with basement and attic garret, where the area was smaller, and the rental rate - lower. This apartment rented usually titulyashki - titular councilors receiving salary level army captain, but no extra money for the army officers entered to January 1, 1909. Naked titular counselor salary was 105 rubles a month (109 thousand 228 rubles) per month. Thus, the 50-meter apartment cost the titulyashke less than a quarter of the salary.

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