1.2 mln have passive income source


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Among the Hungarian population, 1.2 million people have some passive income in addition to their salary, according to a survey from job portal Profession.hu.

The most common sources of this type of income were financial investments and apartment rental.

The survey reveals that 52% of the Hungarian adult population does not know the concept of passive income, although after clarifying the definition, three-quarters of the respondents are actually familiar with such forms of income.

For 67% of the respondents, apartment rental was the most familiar, 46% identified financial investments, 43% the stock market, and 41% identified their own internet business as a passive income generating option.


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