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Are People You Work With Content With Their Jobs?
Yes, very much so    10%  [ 5 ]
Yes, generally    31%  [ 15 ]
Hard to say    15%  [ 7 ]
No, generally    27%  [ 13 ]
No, not at all    17%  [ 8 ]

Total votes : 48

 Post subject: Are People You Work With Content With Their Jobs?
Posted: Tue Oct 03, 2006 4:03 pm 
 
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Maybe it is just my good fortune to be working where I do, but I cannot recall the last time I overheard anyone complaining about his or her job. My daily duties have me interacting with a lot of folks in disciplines ranging from IC designers to marketeers to managers, so the opportunity is ever present to get an earful.

Maybe it is due to economic times being good for most people, or maybe people are so numbed from all the problems elsewhere in the world that they are happy to be living in relative peace. Surely there is ample discontent out there, so that will be the probing topic of this poll.

Are People You Work With Content With Their Jobs?

Since hapiness with work is a complex issue and can entail many factors, you are free to interpret the question as you see fit. Comments are encouraged. Thanks.

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