Anatoly Medved/TASS
Upon entering Kidburg, adults lose their rights and responsibilities, while children gain theirs. Each child is given a passport and some local money to invest in his or her education. The child has to decide which profession is right for them and pay for the appropriate course. Then the child goes to work, thinks about his or her career, and learns to count and spend their money. There are many professions to choose from and children are encouraged to switch between them in order to understand the details involved in careers such as postman, doctor, mechanic, pilot, store clerk and farmer. Unlike the real world, one of the best paying professions here is the street cleaner, while one of the most underpaid jobs is as a banker.