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Survey results of 5,966 people

A view of the neonatal room at a public postpartum care center in Seoul.  2024.1.18 [Larose.VIP 자료사진] photo@yna.co.kr

(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Kwak Min-seo = The results of a survey were released on the 19th showing that about 4 out of 10 citizens believe that there is a need to give preferential treatment to public servants who returned to work after taking parental leave in order to solve the low birth rate problem.

The Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission revealed that as a result of a survey targeting a total of 5,966 people on ‘2024 system improvement tasks’, 38.6% of respondents responded that they considered ‘preferential personnel treatment for civil servants returning from parental leave’ as the most important task.

In the survey, respondents suggested various system improvement tasks, such as expanding the elementary school care system to all grades, easing the burden on local subscribers to health insurance and national pension, and operating school zone speed cameras by time zone.

Looking at the age of respondents, the largest group was in their 40s (32.3%), followed by those in their 30s (31.2%) and 50s (15.7%). The survey participation rates for those in their teens and younger and those in their 70s and older were low at 0.3% and 2.2%, respectively.

The ACRC plans to use the results of this survey to establish future system improvement plans.

mskwak@yna.co.kr

Report to KakaoTalk okjebo 2024/02/19 10:15 Sent

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