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40% OF WORKERS IN S’PORE WON’T TAKE JOB THAT DOESN’T LET THEM WORK FROM HOME

According to a survey by recruitment agency Randstad, about 2 in 5 workers in Singapore would rather not take a job if they are not able to work from home.

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The survey was conducted with about 1,000 employed respondents who are working in Singapore, between the ages of 18 and 67.

77% of the survey respondents say that they value remote working, with about 42% saying that they wouldn’t accept a job that doesn’t let them work from home.

80% of the respondents said that flexible working hours were important to them, and 50% of them said that their jobs allowed flexible working hours.

About 52% of the respondents said that their employers allow remote working.

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About 40% of the respondents said that they would rather be jobless than be unhappy in their job, with about 50% of the respondents saying that if they can’t enjoy life, they would quit their job.

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