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How employees in APAC feel about their career progression, training, and more

Employees in the travel, tourism, hospitality and lifestyle industry, in the Asia Pacific, are placing greater emphasis on their career development and satisfaction levels, the latest ACI Salary & Employment Trends Report has found.

According to the report, seven in 10 employees (70%) surveyed in Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia among others, rated career progression as either "extremely important" or "very important" in 2020, up from 67% in 2019.

In line with this, four in 10 (40%) believed their current employer offered "excellent" or "good" opportunities for career progression, a slight increase from 38% the previous year.

While this was so, there was also an increase in the percentage of respondents who felt they had "poor" or "zero" career prospects with their current employer (30% in 2020, vs 27% in 2019).

In terms of training, a majority of respondents did say they had received fair training from their current employers. However, a significant 34% still revealed they had received poor or no training and development, up from 29% in 2019.


By age group, the report revealed the following:



Lead photo and infographics / ACI HR Solutions' Salary & Employment Trends Report

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