Executives Report Lowest Level of Job Satisfaction Ever
A survey conducted by Rider University in Lawrenceville, N.J., reports that only 26 percent would continue working at their jobs if money were not an issue.
About 39 percent said they would stop working completely and 35 percent reported they would continue working -- if they could change jobs.
The low level of job satisfaction contrasts sharply with studies conducted in the 1950s when 89 percent of professionals said they would continue working in the absence of financial need.
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