While the vast majority – 9 out of 10 respondents – endowed hard work as the key to progress in life, they also have a number of potential barriers to success.
Financial agencies emerged as the most prominent care, and was named by 30 percent of respondents. Other traffic areas have a poor access to a professional network (22 percent), a labor market (19 percent), poor professional skills (18 percent) and limited guidance (18 percent).
These concerns were mainly limited to entrepreneurs. Almost half, or 48 percent, financial factors have to be retaken from their own business, while more than a fourth, many 28 percent did not feel the necessary contacts.
Meanwhile, the respondents from Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines have a career preference interest, which may be reflective of their career.
LinkedIn Director Director for Asia Pacific, Olivier Legrand, said the results of the report an important barometer for the state of one of the fastest growing forces in the world; the world.
"The growing work area in the region is a key chain that, as effective, goes on the economy," said Legrand.
"In & # 39; 's time by checking the " science of "opportunity and of barriers that " t They think we hope we can continue to facilitate more of a balance between demand and delivery in an area of opportunity. "
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