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Members of the U.S. armed forces are happier with their work than employees of top companies such as Johnson & Johnson, General Electric, Microsoft and Disney. So says a new survey by online career-guidance web site CareerBliss.com.
The Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines ranked high in key factors influencing employee satisfaction, including career advancement potential, growth opportunities, job security and good benefits.
The top five happiest places to work, according to the survey: Google, 3M, ABN AMRO, DTE Energy and the Air Force. The Army National Guard placed 7th, trailed by the Marines (8th), Navy (9th) and the Army (11th).
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