Two Thirds Of Romanian Employees Fear For Their Jobs Over CrisisPublish date: 09-12-2008
Two out of three Romanian employees fear for their jobs because of the international financial crisis, and the most concerned are people aged 18 to 25 and those working in agriculture, real estate, telecom, finance and administration, according to a poll conducted by online recruiter NetJobs.
"Unlike at the begging of the international financial crisis, when Romanian employees didn't feel its effects and were convinced it wouldn't affect them directly, 69.5% now fear for their jobs. Fears regarding repercussions of the crisis in terms of job loss decrease with age," NetJobjs said in a press release.
The poll indicates that 75% of the respondents aged 18 to 25, 71% of those aged 26 to 35 and 68% of those aged 35 to 50 are worried about their jobs. Also, 62% of respondents aged 51 to 65 consider the crisis will affect their jobs.
By fields of activity, most employees in agriculture/forestry (98% of respondents), real estate (98% ), secretariat/administration (96%), telecom (95%) and finance/accounting (91%) are concerned that they might lose their jobs. The least worried were those working in education and internet /new media, where only 29% and 40%, respectively, fear for their jobs.
The poll was conducted online on Nov 17-30 and had 862 respondents.
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