A national survey reveals attitudes of Hungarians towards work and family. Work keeps winning.
Less people in Hungary think that family is more important than work.
This conclusion is made after a Hungarian survey reveals that more Hungarians think work is more important. The same survey, made ten years ago showed results with the family beeing more important.
According to the vice director at Demographic Research Institute (DRI), at the Hungarian Statistical Office, the agency behind the survey, 3/4 of the asked in 2000, both men and women thought the family to be more important than work. She points out that there are still over 50% that think of the family to be more important, but are decreasing.
Important factors are the trends in Europe generally, where The Netherlands is beeing pointed out, with 38% of the population concidering family more important. In addition women going to work, with also more focus on their carreers and a more equal balance with both parents raising children.