Hungary -Pessimism over future -January 11, 2013

A Randstad Monitor reveals that 45% of employees expect their income to grow, down from 80% at the end of 2010, as 60% believe that their employer will not raise their salary. Some 78% of employees think that the economic situation will worsen. In the survey of 32 countries, only Greek employees were more pessimistic, with 94% predicting a gloomier future.

English: http://www.realdeal.hu/20130111/survey-finds-only-greek-workers-more-pessimistic ...  

http://www.randstad.com/press-room/research-reports

 

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