By Steven E. Sacks
The Conference Board indicates that slightly over half (51%) of U.S. workers are satisfied with their jobs. But this means a not-too-insignificant amount (49%) are less than satisfied with their jobs.
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Job dissatisfaction is not a new occurrence, and with the increased influence of technology, this issue has not experienced much improvement over the past 15 to 20 years. A recent study by Job Seeker Nation indicated that 82 percent of workers would like to seek new employment opportunities, although the prospects of landing a new one would be more difficult than over the past couple of years.