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Citizens of BiH want job, higher salaries and pensions in 2011

05. January 2011. | 06:41

Source: Fena

The highest percentage of citizens of RS (12.7%) want to get a job, i.e. retire if they are coming close to the end of their work service.

Highest percentage of citizens of BiH, 13% of them want to get a job or retire, if they are older, in 2011.

Increase of salaries and pensions takes second place (11.7%), next is winning bingo or lottery (9%), buying a car or motorcycle (8.1%), and better health which 8% of citizens want.

These are results of the research conducted by Agency “Prime Communications” of Banja Luka on “What do citizens of BiH want for New Year”.

1.500 people were asked this question (900 Federation of BiH and 600 RS), based on the questionnaire prepared ahead.

The highest percentage of citizens of RS (12.7%) want to get a job, i.e. retire if they are coming close to the end of their work service.

Second place is shared between travel or holiday (8.5%) and buying a car or motorcycle (8.5%). Fourth place is increase of salaries and pensions (8.2%), and fifth is money (8%).

Biggest number of citizens of FBiH also want to get a job or retire in 2011 (14.1%).

Second place is increase of salaries and pensions (13.2%), next is winning lottery or bingo (13%).

10% of citizens want better health in 2011 and 7.9% citizens of FBiH want to buy a car or a motorcycle.


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