A study carried out by specialists from the SuperJob service found that 22% of people in our country who have an iPhone do not want to exchange it for a smartphone from another manufacturer if there is such a requirement at work.
The survey also revealed that the largest number of respondents (36%) in the age group under 34 are willing to stop working in order to continue using the iPhone. In the group between 35 and 44 years, this proportion is 24%, in the group over 45 years, 15%.
Among those who said they agreed to change the Apple device for the sake of work, there were more men than women (49% and 40%, respectively).
The study authors noted that in three months the proportion of those who agree to give up the iPhone for work reasons has not changed much. If in March 47% of those surveyed answered affirmatively, now they are 45%. The share of those who did not want to give up their Apple device to work in the spring was 20%.