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Despite crisis 1 in 5 Czech workers mull switching jobs

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Despite the relative economic uncertainty sparked by the coronavirus crisis, Czechs are not necessarily holding on tooth and nail to their jobs, research by the STEM/MARK agency suggests, according to newspaper Mladá fronta Dnes (as cited by Czech Radio).

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In fact, one in five members of the labor force are contemplating switching jobs this year, the study indicates. One in three respondents who said they were considering a change of scenery listed higher pay as their motivation.

Other factors mentioned were burnout, stress or simply a lack of enjoyment of their jobs. The sixth most common reason was poor relations with colleagues.

By contrast, three-quarters of those who do not intend to find new pastures say that they are satisfied with their position. At the same time, the survey suggests that people are a little happier at work now than they were a year ago, Czech Radio adds.

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