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Survey: One in five managers want to leave shipping

Just over a fifth of shipping managers would leave the industry if they could, according to a survey by recruitment bureau Faststream, which has asked more than 2,000 senior executives in the industry about their careers.

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If the opportunity presented itself, one in five shipping managers would leave the sector immediately, according to a survey by recruitment bureau Faststream, which was presented at a conference during Singapore Maritime Week. More than 2,000 maritime senior executives from various countries across the world have participated.

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