After the crisis caused by the economic downturn due to coronavirus, 38% of employees expect reduced income. 35% of the public sector is ready to jointly bear the burden of the economic crisis by reducing their salaries if necessary, according to a survey conducted by Market Vision.
Of the 1,200 respondents, almost half are employed, and most are employed in the private sector.
A large proportion of employees, 38 percent of them, already have or expect to have reduced incomes as a result of the country’s Cove-19 crisis. Most of them are employed in the private sector.
More than 20 percent of citizens are satisfied with the measures proposed by the government to help the economy. The rest are either dissatisfied (45.4%) or uninformed (33.8%).