Better pay remains strongest draw for young jobseekers
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The strongest reason to look for a new job is poor pay, according to a recent poll conducted by the organizers of the University of Technology Job Fair, writes origo.hu.
Roughly half of respondents, between the ages of 21 and 30, are currently thinking about changing jobs.
The survey also showed that employees demand innovative solutions; they would be most happy with a four-day workweek and regular team-building programs, according to the announcement of Műegytemi Hallgatói Kft.
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