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Italy: willingness to take low-paying jobs among young people 2018 This statistic illustrates the willingness to take a low-paying job among young people in Italy as of January 2018. According to the study, over half of respondents (56 percent) would have taken a job as street cleaner in order to financially support themselves; whereas 37 percent of the interviewees declared that in order to do so they would be ready to work as a call center operator.
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This statistic illustrates the willingness to take a low-paying job among young people in Italy as of January 2018. According to the study, over half of respondents (56 percent) would have taken a job as street cleaner in order to financially support themselves; whereas 37 percent of the interviewees declared that in order to do so they would be ready to work as a call center operator.
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Release date
February 2017
Region
Italy
Survey time period
2018
Number of respondents
500 respondents
Age group
18-34 years
Supplementary notes
The source does not provide any information regarding the survey type.
Percentage points exceeding 100 percent are probably due to rounding.

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