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Surprising Job Satisfaction Survey Revealed

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  Original Published: 11/3/2013 If you're punching the time clockand just counting down the hours until your work day is over, you're not alone. A new job satisfaction survey finds, as a nation, we have a bad attitude about our jobs. The survey by salary.com says most people are miserable in their jobs. And it's a fairly new trend. There was a significant drop in job fulfillment this year. Only 39 percent of us say we're fulfilled in our work. Just last year, that number was 59 percent. A majority of us also say we're overworked in our un-fulfilling jobs. And this point highlights the level of dissatisfaction, 70 percent of American workers say if they won the lottery, they'd be gone from their office the very next day.
   
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