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People In Mombasa Working In Mombasa Unhappy With Their Jobs

Mombasa seems like a place one would have a swell time working, right? I mean, the weather, the sandy beaches, the ocean, the people and their fluent Swahili…one would just go nuts working and playing over there, right?


A new report now shows that an unusually high number of people working at the Coastal city actually don’t like it down there and would change jobs in a heartbeat.

The Kenya Employee Satisfaction Report 2021, which was released on Wednesday by BrighterMonday, revealed that most people working in Kisumu are satisfied with their placements while those in Nairobi are not too certain about where they fall.

“Mombasa has the most unhappy respondents and poses the highest flight risk as the majority sampled are willing to leave their current employer in the next 6 months,” read the report.

“Nairobi has the highest number of respondents who are neutral about their happiness and the majority of respondents in Kisumu are happy with their employer.”

It added: “52% of Kisumu residents on their part said they are happy with their current roles while 31% are neutral about whether they are willing to leave their current employer.”

The report also classified the respondents into different age groups, where it found that a majority of people between the ages of 18-24 are satisfied with their current employers.

Those between the ages of 25-35, 36-45 and over 45 are neutral. However, it also found that there is a high flight risk rate across all age groups, especially among those over 45 years of age.

“Regarding organisational flight risk and employer advocacy by gender, the report shows that men are slightly happier with their employer but pose a slightly higher flight risk than women,” stated the report.

“This means they are more likely to leave their employer. 43% of them are happy but 55% are willing to leave their job. On the flip side, 54% of women said they are willing to leave their current employer while 42% are happy with their current role.”


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