Most Czechs happy with their current job position

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Some 69% of Czechs are happy with their current job, according to a survey conducted by the Public Opinion Research Center (CVVM) in July, Czech Radio reports.

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It is an increase by nearly nine percentage points on the previous year and the best result since 2003. However, more than 50% of respondents believe they are being paid less than they deserve at their current job.

The survey also suggests that nearly 80% of people want to stay in their position, despite being underpaid. More than three quarters of respondents said that they have good relations at work, Czech Radio adds.

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