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1/3 of young adults considering working abroad

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Around 34% of working Hungarians between the ages of 20 and 29 plan to work abroad for a time, state news wire MTI reports, citing a representative survey by banking group K&H.

The survey showed 27% of working young adults have no plans to test their professional skills in a foreign country.

Around 36% of respondents said they could find a new position "quickly and easily", while 11% said it would be "very difficult" to get a new job.

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