Americans are unhappy at work after years of economic gains

A GALLUP POLL found that 40% of employed Americans say they’re in good jobs, versus 44% in mediocre jobs and 16% in bad jobs. / BLOOMBERG NEWS
A GALLUP POLL found that 40% of employed Americans say they’re in good jobs, versus 44% in mediocre jobs and 16% in bad jobs. / BLOOMBERG NEWS
WASHINGTON – The economy has added millions of jobs and pay gains have accelerated in recent years, but Americans aren’t crazy about their work. A poll released Wednesday showed just 40% of employed Americans say they’re in good jobs, versus 44% in mediocre jobs and 16% in bad jobs. How respondents ranked the quality of their job…

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