U.S. workers are feeling good about their jobs again, the Society for Human Resource(SHRM) discovered in its latest Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement Survey. SHRM recorded the largest increase in the number of employees satisfied with their jobs since the survey was first conducted in 2002.
Eighty-six percent of U.S. employees reported overall satisfaction with their job in 2014, an improvement of five percentage points over 2013.
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