ipsos job satisfaction infographic

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1. prefer not to work again 40% prefer to continue working 60% appropriate salary good benefits MOST WORKERS ARE SATISFIED WITH THEIR JOB but not their salary 100 10 1010 10 100 10 10 10 10 If you could change just two things about your job, which two items would you choose?Q | | | | ||||||||||| |||||||||| ||||||||||| | | | | | | Q | | | | | |||||||||| ||||||||||| |||||||||| | | | | | | How likely are you to take action to change jobs in the next 12 months? (not considering situations outside of your control) 85% of Americans are satised with their jobs; however, most would change something if possible. The #1 item mentioned is to receive the appropriate salary for job responsibilities; this was especially true for women. Just 10% said they would not change anything about their job. 19 MEN % 34 WOMEN % $ 401K Q | | | | ||||||||||| ||||||||||| |||||||||| | | | | | | If you found out tomorrow you were nancially able to quit work, would you? Want more information about what Americans want in their job and workplace? Contact us at NAOm- [email protected] for more detailed data or go to http://www.ipsos-na.com/products-tools/omnibus/ for more information about other omnibus tools. Data for this infographic were generated by an Ipsos eNation online omnibus survey of 550 American adults, aged 18 and older who are employed either part or full time. Study conducted April 29-May 1, 2015. 15 MEN % 19 WOMEN % 41% of Americans think it is likely they will change jobs in the next 12 months. Younger adults are more inclined to make a move with 56 saying they are likely to change jobs. 27 % 17 % %

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