Salary the deciding factor in choosing new jobs, survey finds

Created 16 July 2021
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Salary trumps the prospective employer’s brand value when it comes to taking up job, 60 percent of respondents told a survey done by recruitment company Navigos Group.

Salary the deciding factor in choosing new jobs, survey finds

This means the corporate culture, business scale, investment model, leadership, working environment, and company reputation take a back seat in deciding whether to apply for a job, the survey, which polled 1,000 job seekers and more than 400 employers, said.

Eighty percent said the Covid-19 pandemic would not make them change their mind about salary and benefits being the top factor.

Half of them said good remuneration shows how well-developed a business is.

The three top benefits job seekers want are insurance and healthcare, sales commission and bonus and training.

 

Source: VNE

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