TALLINN - A survey by CV Keskus among more than 4,800 respondents has revealed that more than half of Estonian employees are ready to consider leaving their job, mostly because of low salary, with just 5 percent who are satisfied with their work and do not wish to leave, reports Postimees Online.According to the study, 31 percent of men and 22 percent of women left their previous job due to low wages. The study showed that the longer an employee has remained in the same job, the more important wages will become as a factor inducing one to quit the job.Twenty-six percent of respon...
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