Study: 70% of Americans hate their jobs

Try to learn the mood of American servicemen gave disappointing results. According to the poll Gallup, 70% of the U.S. population, or hate your job, or do not have it any interest. The situation can not fix any bonuses and social package.

The survey showed that more than half of Americans is a passive attitude to the labor process, writes NYDaily. Only 30% of the 150 thousand respondents were completely or somewhat satisfied with their work.

However, about 20% said they sometimes even deliberately sabotaging workflow. At lunchtime they browse job postings in the same office irritates them all down to the work of a water cooler.

Another 50% of Americans said that they have greatly reduced motivation, and they do not inspire any project. Coming into the office, they are purely mechanical and spend the necessary time, doing the bare minimum obligations. At the same time bonuses in the form of free meals or special lounges did not add them to positive emotions.

The study showed sociologists Gallup flexible schedule is much more attracted to many of the staff, rather than creating a comfortable environment in the office. Remote work often creates a much greater motivation than having to sit required hours in the team colleagues.

The main conclusion of the survey is that the reason for low productivity is poor leadership. According to the general director of the Gallup Jim Clifton, many respondents complained about the bosses who do not give them opportunities for advancement and ignore their talents. Sociologists estimate that discontent, anger and boredom employees cause enormous harm the U.S. economy, which is already fully recovered from the 2008 crisis. This damage is estimated at $ 550 billion annually.

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