Internal Migration Willingness Falling
Some 46% of employees would be willing to move out of their place of residence due to a job change, which is less than last year's 53% but three percentage points higher than two years ago, according to this year's survey by Trenkwalder, writes business daily Világgazdaság.
Some 89% of those who decided to move would do so because of better living conditions, but 53% cited a more stable future and 43% more job opportunities.
The willingness to move is most pronounced in the southwestern counties; the mobility index is 61% in Baranya and 60% in Somogy.
In the counties of Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok and Csongrád-Csanád, the indicator is 55%. In Trenkwalder's third mobility index, the responses of around 5,300 employees were processed.
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