Q. To what extent you agree or disagree with the following statements about work after the Covid-19 outbreak?
THOSE WHO ARE STILL IN EMPLOYMENT (n=488)
|TOTAL: Disagree||Strongly agree||Somewhat agree||Neither agree, nor disagree||Somewhat disagree||Strongly disagree|
|I’m confident I’ll receive a pay rise soon after things are back to normal||21%||50%||6%||16%||28%||24%||27%|
|I’m confident I’ll be able to get a promotion if I want one||22%||44%||6%||16%||34%||22%||22%|
|I don’t think my wages will keep up with increases in the cost of living||48%||19%||17%||31%||33%||13%||6%|
- There is low optimism for wage growth following Covid-19. Just 21% agree (strongly/somewhat) that they expect a pay rise soon after things are back to normal and 22% expect to be able to gain a promotion.
- Around half of people (48%) don’t think their wages will keep up with increases in the cost of living.
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