keyboardWorkers in banking and finance firms are most likely to believe that people in their industry engage in illegal or immoral behaviour, according to a new study.

A survey of over 2,000 adults by film channel TCM showed that three out of four employees in the sector suspected wrongful behaviour went on, mainly because regulation wasn't strong enough to punish it.


Professions with low levels of suspected illegal behaviour included nursing, social services and education.

The study also showed that workers in the finance industry were most likely to describe "making money" as their main motivation for being in their job.