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Are you one of the many workers that have intensified their job search in the New Year? According to Salary.com's 2006/2007 Employee Job Satisfaction Survey, more than 60% of U.S. employees are likely or very likely to leave their jobs in the next three months. The most commonly cited reason for employees wanting to leave their job is inadequate compensation - but boredom, lack of recognition or opportunities for advancement also ranked highly. Those looking to stay in their current positions cited good coworkers, managers and working hours as key to their satisfaction.
The results of the survey illustrate some key factors that impact employee satisfaction and beg the question: Is it about the money, the career path, or the corporate culture?
Finding Job Satisfaction: Myths and Tips for Employees dispels common workplace myths and provides actionable advice for employees seeking greater job satisfaction.