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October 13, 2021

Study: Higher pay, the top reason why Romanians change jobs
Oct 13, 2021

Study: Higher pay, the top reason why Romanians change jobs.

A new study conducted by D&D Research at the request of BestJobs revealed that higher pay is the primary motivator for Romanians when it comes to changing jobs. Six out of ten respondents indicated this criterion as the main reason for a career switch. Over 80% of respondents are (...)

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