A survey conducted among Slovenian 18-30-year-olds has shown that three out of four would prefer to have permanent employment contracts, although most have been engaged in student work or undeclared work.

The survey, conducted by the youth trade union Mladi Plus, also showed that 34% of those questioned had been looking for a job for more than a year.

Presenting the results earlier this week, the union’s head Tea Jarc said the survey debunked the myth that young people no longer wanted permanent jobs or being committed to a single employer, and that they valued freedom more.” (Slovenia Times)