Salary Still Top Among Job Priorities
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The most important aspect of job selection is still the salary, which 85% of employees consider the top priority, according to a survey from Randstad, writes profitline.hu.
According to the international recruitment agency, Hungarians value income more than the European average, as well as a pleasant working environment, which is the second most crucial aspect for domestic job seekers.
Due to the unpredictable economic environment, the employer's financial stability has increased in value, and long-term job security is also a decisive choice factor among employees, they wrote.
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