More than half of working Hungarians aren’t happy at work, feel they aren’t valued and frequently think about quitting, an international workforce survey by labour consultant Kelly Services has found. Sixty per cent intend to seek another job within the next year.
According to Szilvia Varga, from the firm’s Hungary office, "a degree of anguish over job security and career prospects" has been growing and resulting in agitation and restlessness. These "deep scars" have been left by the worldwide economic recession, Varga said.
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