Most Hungarians Financially Insecure
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According to a Datalyze survey, a high proportion of Hungarians feel dissatisfied with their financial situation and need to get a new job or education, writes hrportal.hu.
Datalyze conducted a representative internet survey of 1,000 people to assess the financial health of the Hungarian population.
According to the study, only 31% of the respondents feel more or less financially secure, while 69% say they do not really or not at all.
Only 18% of the respondents have sufficient financial reserves for six months, while 61% could go without income for a maximum of one month.
Some 56% of people with primary education and 49% of women feel they live from month to month.
Half of the respondents said they would need enough savings to live on for at least two years to feel financially secure.
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