Few People Like Their Jobs
How do you feel about your job? A study by Gallup, found most people are not exactly loving them.
The study looked at U.S. workers from 2010 to 2012 and found there are three types of workers.
‘Engaged’ workers feel a passion and a connection to their employers. ‘Non-engaged’ workers have basically checked-out of their jobs. They’re putting in time, but not much energy.
The third group is beyond checked-out. ‘Actively disengaged’ workers are unhappy at work and act unhappy at work every day.
Here’s something to be aware of if you have one of these people around you at your job. These workers undermine the accomplishments of co-workers.
Nationally, the study found 30 percent of workers are ‘engaged’ in their jobs, 52 percent are ‘not engaged,’ and 18 percent are ‘actively-disengaged.’