Job satisfaction UK Figures

An interesting new figure has found that workers in the post recession era are actually more satisfied with their jobs than that of the pre recession period of 2006, at least in the UK.  While this still underscores the immediate issue of joblessness and underemployment, it suggest that workers are making job-satisfaction a big part of their work-life balance.

The average job satisfaction level of UK workers has been bumped up to a 7.3 out of 10, but this still ranks them below Denmark, Norway, and Sweden – where a culture of great working conditions often lead to more productive employees and more free time to spend with the families.

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