Many start the calendar year as a time for a 'new beginning'. Which important New Year's decisions are made by citizens and whether their wishes have come to fruition in the year, MojPosao explored the 300 respondents.
Most respondents list a new year's decision
More than half of the respondents intend to make a New Year's decision for 2017. year (56%). Slightly less than a quarter of respondents do not plan to make a new year decision (23%), and 21% of respondents are still undecided.
Among the respondents who will make a new year's decision, 46% will make a career decision. These respondents have largely decided to find a (better) job (65%) to improve their education and training (38%). Third place is the decision to increase earnings (27%) behind which is the establishment of the balance of business and private life (12%).
"My new year's decision will be greater earnings and / or finding a new job."
"The desire for learning and training is growing and I hope for the happening with the advancement at work and my degree at the faculty."
Respondents who decided to make a new year career decision-making (21%) in 2017. most want to work on improving family relationships and on health and enjoyment in life.
Some of the New Year's decisions for the upcoming year are:
"He still enjoys the real values of life, and he has fewer concerns about the negligent things;"
"My new year's decision will be to enjoy life a bit longer next year, to be as small as hospitals, to see as much of our beautiful homeland as possible, to re-start because the illness is attached to the home and waiting in the hospital corridors. :( "
"Let's worship more families because I have not been able to do so ... .this family is more important than anything."
Most respondents (40%) believe that making new year's decisions increases motivation for realization, while a third (31%) disagrees with it. Even 29% of respondents are neutral about this issue.
We give up our decision more than we do
Half of the respondents made a new year's decision last year (43%). Respondents who did not make a new year's decision consider that decisions must be taken annually throughout the year and that decisions one day in a year make no sense.
Of the respondents who made a new year's decision last year, just over half (53%) stated that this decision was related to work and career. The New Year's Declaration on Private Life has made 47% of respondents.
The New Year's job-related decision most often referred to finding (better) work (64%), while 26% of respondents decided to further improve and educate.
Asked if they have fulfilled their new year's decision, 35% of respondents responded affirmatively, while 26% has not yet fulfilled their desire, but they work on it. Even 39% of respondents dropped out of meeting their new year's decision for 2016. year.
Of the respondents who did not fulfill their new year's career and work decisions, the majority of respondents (27%) did not do so because they did not account for the obstacles they could possibly find on the road, while 19% said their new year's decision was not so important to it. Smaller part of the respondents, 15%, admit they did not make a new year's decision because they did not plan their implementation well.