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Almost 2 in 5 Workers Say Their Jobs Are of ‘Low’ or ‘Medium’ Quality

An article in WorkingNation highlighted research from Morning Consult and Jobs for the Future assessing how U.S. workers feel about the quality of their jobs.

Findings from the survey of 2,199 adults indicate that workers in high-quality jobs are consistently more likely to feel productive, content, energized, happy, and optimistic, but 38% of the respondents said they’re currently in low- or medium-quality jobs.


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