A June study conducted by the Public Opinion Research Centre (CVVM) shows that around three fifths of Czechs believe they are being paid less than they deserve at their current job, while only a third believe they receive a fair salary.
However, the majority of respondents said that they are happy with their current positions, despite being underpaid. Furthermore, nearly 80 percent say they are not worried about losing their job. Around three quarters said that they have good relations at work - a factor which CVVM says is closely related to job satisfaction.
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