How Americans view their jobs (PEW Research)
How Americans View Their Jobs
Most are highly satisfied with their relationship with their
co-workers and manager, but relatively few feel the same about their pay, opportunities for promotion
BY JULIANA MENASCE HOROWITZ AND KIM PARKER, PEW RESEARCH
How we did this
In the wake of the Great Resignation and amid reports of “quiet quitting,” only about half of U.S. workers say they are extremely or very satisfied with their job overall, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. Even smaller shares express high levels of satisfaction with their opportunities for training and skills development, how much they are paid and their opportunities for promotion.
At the same time, most workers say they are extremely or very satisfied with their relationship with their co-workers (67%) and with their manager or supervisor (62%). About seven-in-ten or more say they’re treated with respect (78%) and can be themselves at work (72%) all or most of the time, and majorities also say they have at least one close friend at work (65%) and that they feel their contributions at work are valued a great deal or a fair amount (62%).
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