Survey finds more Slovaks are happy than unhappy with their jobs

About a third of Slovaks are unhappy with their current job or line of business, according to a survey released on Sunday, July 18, conducted by Infostat's Social Research Institute. But 43 percent of those questioned are content with their job, the TASR newswire wrote. A higher degree of satisfaction was observed among the self-employed and people with university education.

About a third of Slovaks are unhappy with their current job or line of business, according to a survey released on Sunday, July 18, conducted by Infostat's Social Research Institute.

But 43 percent of those questioned are content with their job, the TASR newswire wrote. A higher degree of satisfaction was observed among the self-employed and people with university education.

The respondents were primarily workers, both with and without qualifications between 30-39 years of age and most were living in Bratislava region. Also according to the results of the survey, 40 percent of Slovaks are struggling to make ends meet. This is mainly the case with people with low education and youth aged 18 to 24.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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