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March 27, 2015

Satisfaction With Job Security Reaches a New High

Gallup: “In the U.S., 58% of full- or part-time workers are completely satisfied with their job security. This represents an increase from the levels recorded during the aftermath of the Great Recession — from 2009 to 2013 — when roughly 50% of Americans said they were completely satisfied.”

Implications: “Americans are more satisfied with most job aspects than they were last year. It is not clear, however, if employers have worked to improve working conditions and benefits, or if general improvements in the economy and job market have made workers more satisfied. The latter seems to be the case when thinking about job security, but the reasons behind the increases in satisfaction with other job aspects are less evident.”

U.S. Workers' Satisfaction With Job Security

  • MrBeale

    Good thing President Romney turned around our economy.

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