Astonishingly 30% Of Business Travellers Prefer Travelling More Rather Than Having More Pay Booking.com Reveals
A job that provides opportunities to visit and explore new countries, cities, places and culture must be really exciting for people. Yes it is, a research conducted reveals that 30% of business travellers would accept a low paying job if it provides more business travel.
70% of people would still prefer remuneration as a top priority but 30% of the people, which is still a staggering figure in business world, would compromise on money but not travel.
Businesses Should Focus On Grabbing This 30% Bracket Which Would Improve Their Business Communication And Reduce Their Overhead Costs.
The Research commissioned by Booking.com for Business has interviewed a large pool of business travellers that reveals 30 percent of business travellers still prefer more travel and they would happily accept low paying job if it substitutes more travel in return.
During the preparation of 2017 Travel forecasts in September, 2016 the data was collected from 12,781 respondents across 13 markets. The sample selected had to have 3 things in common;
- Age should be 18 years or more
- Must have travelled one in 2016
- Must be planning for a trip in 2017
- Should be primary decision maker or have an input in their travel decisions
Another Survey of 44,878 respondents was taken into the account from 22 different markets. The results shown in the article only focused on Business travellers; there were 6,240 respondents collectively in this category.