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Job Satisfaction: 2013 Edition

The Conference Board, Inc., 21 pages, June 24, 2013
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Although most U.S. workers are still dissatisfied with their jobs overall, they are happier with some elements of the job than they were pre-recession. This improvement may mean a more engaged workforce is in the offing.

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For the seventh straight year, less than half of U.S. workers are satisfied with their jobs, according to the 2013 version of The Conference Board Job Satisfaction Survey. In spite of the gloomy news, job satisfaction has, across most regions and demographic variables, completely recovered from its prerecession figures. This glimpse of hope may signify that organizations may soon experience the positive effects of a more engaged workforce.

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