Covering Basic Expenses Top Financial Concern for 1 in 2 Romanians


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20% of millennials, freelancers, or low-income workers believe job security has decreased in 2023, according to the MKOR Employee Sentiment 2024 study.

The study looked at the comparative analysis between the years 2022 and 2023, together with the prospects that Romanian employees have for 2024. Employees in Romania face a number of challenges regarding working conditions and their career development, as the professional environment evolves and adapts to socio-economic and technological changes.

Labor market uncertainty is up 8% from 2022, but workload is also up 8% for 49% of employees, especially Millennials and high earners. Relative to salary and benefit increases, 4 in 10 employees received raises in 2023, up 7% from 2022, especially for Millennials and full-time employees.

Regarding professional development, 24% benefited from development opportunities (training, promotion, etc.) especially women, part-time employees and Gen Z.

2 out of 10 employees would change their job in the next 6 months
The main factors that influence employees’ decision to change jobs are: higher income 80%, more fringe benefits (37%) and job security (33%), according to the study.

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