Three fifths of the employees in Austria are totally satisfied with their occupation; only a minority of 3 percent is totally dissatisfied. About one third of the employees would consider themselves as job-oriented. Satisfaction with the own current job situation is extremely high.
The Austrians have a clear picture of which capabilities and skills are important for children and adolescents up to the age of 14. They should be able to read and understand the content, be good with money, know clear rules, calculate well and have good rhetorical skills.
Radio still plays an important role in modern society despite new ways of information. On average, the Austrians are listening to the radio for 114 minutes per day, only TV is consumed even more every day. A high proportion of listeners stick to their favorite radio station; switching mainly takes place in the car or at home as a reaction to the music or advertisements.
About every sixth Austrian is very interested in topcis concerning cars / motor, about one fourth is at least somewhat interested. Especially men, younger people and those with higher income show interest in cars / motor above average.
Nearly every second Austrian had influenza or a cold in the past 12 months. These are the main health problems in the population, followed by headache and migraine respectively, cough, back pain, tiredness and a sore throat. .