Most Hungarians feel secure in their jobs

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Around 59% of Hungarians feel their jobs are secure for a period extending beyond five years, news agency MTI writes, citing a representative survey by insurer BNP Paribas Cardif Biztosító and market researcher Medián.

Around 79% of Hungarians thought their employers would also be around for at least another five years in the September survey.

A gauge of Hungarians' confidence they can easily find work stood at 63 points on a 100-point scale, improving from 59 a year earlier and 54 two years earlier.

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