Job interest highest in Bratislava

On January 28, SME reports that despite higher investments in Central and Eastern Slovakia, the Bratislava region still registers the highest number of job offers. However, interest in jobs abroad has been diminishing. This development is the result of the strengthening crown. Most job offers were registered in the Bratislava region last year.

On January 28, SME reports that despite higher investments in Central and Eastern Slovakia, the Bratislava region still registers the highest number of job offers. However, interest in jobs abroad has been diminishing. This development is the result of the strengthening crown. Most job offers were registered in the Bratislava region last year.

According to the internet portal www.profesia.sk almost 60 percent of the job offers they published were from the Bratislava region. On the contrary, Prešov County's share was below 5 percent.

In the Bratislava region, firms mostly offer posts of managers, IT experts, accountants and financial analysts. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports

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