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Hong Kong financiers are unhappy

Nearly three-quarters of Hong Kong finance professionals plan to move jobs, according to eFinancial Careers' annual survey.
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Hong Kong bankers are the most disgruntled in the region when it comes to their jobs, survey finds. (Image Source) </div>
<div style="text-align: left;"> Hong Kong bankers are the most disgruntled in the region when it comes to their jobs, survey finds. (Image Source) </div>

Finance professionals in Hong Kong have itchy feet. Nearly 75% of them plan to jump ship, according to eFinancialCareers’ 2013 APAC Employment Survey. The reasons are less to do with pay, and more to do with feeling unappreciated.

Lack of career progression at their current employer and the perception of higher compensation elsewhere were the top factors for those seeking a new employer, followed by frustration with a lack of recognition for accomplishments, according to eFinancialCareers, a leading international financial career site.

The survey was conducted in April 2013. It polled 512 employed bankers and finance professionals in Hong Kong, 572 in Australia, and 1,262 in...

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