Why the Germans don’t want a career

According to a study, the human element in the job has a high priority for Germans. Nowhere else is corporate loyalty so great. But the Germans also see room for improvement at the employer.

Money and a career are important to Germans – but not nearly as important as family and friends. This is shown by an international study by Nielsen market research on the preferences and tendencies of the population in different countries. The study shows how Germans live, eat, work and get information.