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Tech, ideal job are key for many Indian employees

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jun 15, 2016, 1:07 am IST
Updated Jun 15, 2016, 1:07 am IST
Around 68 percent of the Indian respondents predict that multiple jobs will be the norm in the future.
A survey done by Adobe revealed that a surprising 83 per cent of Indian office workers love their jobs, and access to cutting-edge technology emerged as the top contributor to their overall satisfaction, above perks like food and slick office design.
 A survey done by Adobe revealed that a surprising 83 per cent of Indian office workers love their jobs, and access to cutting-edge technology emerged as the top contributor to their overall satisfaction, above perks like food and slick office design.

Mumbai: Indian office workers are overall the most positive and flexible workforce, when compared to those in the United States and the United Kingdom.

A survey done by Adobe revealed that a surprising 83 per cent of Indian office workers love their jobs, and access to cutting-edge technology emerged as the top contributor to their overall satisfaction, above perks like food and slick office design. Not only did the majority of respondents report loving their jobs, but 98 per cent confirmed that they would keep working even if they wins a lottery. While pay is an important factor, nearly half of Indian workers would choose to move to their “ideal” job, even for lesser pay.

 

According to the report, “Moonlighting” has become mainstream, with more than one in two workers in India holding one or more jobs in addition to their primary profession. Those that report holding an additional job, say that gaining new skills (other than additional income) is the primary reason to moonlight in India.

Around 68 percent of the Indian respondents predict that multiple jobs will be the norm in the future. The survey highlighted that access to state-of-the-art technology, which helps people get their jobs done ranks slightly higher (89 per cent) than access to food and beverages (87 per cent), a beautiful office design (86 per cent) and on-site amenities (73 per cent).

 

About 93 percent of Indian office workers believe that technology makes them more productive. Employees who said their company’s technology is ‘ahead of the curve’ feel more creative, motivated and valued than those who say their company is ‘behind the times’.

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