Hungarians less interested in working abroad
Despite persistent fears of an ongoing brain drain, it seems far fewer Hungarians wish to emigrate from Hungary to work abroad, compared to four years ago.
A study conducted in 197 countries, with the participation of 366,000 employees and 6,000 labor placement companies, reveals that 35% of Hungarians would go abroad to work now, while four years ago this figure was 58%. The global average is now 57%, business news site portfolio.hu reported.
At the same time, foreign employers are less interested in the Hungarian labor force, according to a study conducted by Boston Consulting and the profession.hu work placement site.
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