The Guardian - PA Media

Pay and stress levels among reasons for leaving, with only 5% blaming recent flights chaos in a poll

More than two in five airport workers are considering quitting, research suggests, which could escalate delays already seen at terminals due to low staffing numbers.

A survey of 1,700 workers by the UK jobs site CV-Library found reasons for wanting to leave the industry included wanting better pay and less stress.

Left to Right - Audrey Eary (General Manager Tax and Duty Free Stores) Liz Hughes (Chaplain) Nic Gibson (Senior First Officer Wizz Air) Laura Stringer (Operations Controller) Abid Hussain (Workshop Supervisor)

However, only 5% of respondents blamed the current situation at UK airports, where there have been long delays in recent months.

Two out of three of those surveyed claimed they had not had a pay rise in the past 12 months.

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