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People looking for jobs that bring satisfaction and happiness should concentrate on professions that focus primarily on serving other people, according to a new report from the University of Chicago, which found clergy to be the happiest and most satisfied of American workers.
The survey is the most comprehensive of its kind to explore satisfaction and happiness among American workers. The GSS asks a large variety of questions of a representative sample of Americans in face-to-face interviews. In the to GSS surveys, interviewers asked people how satisfied they were with their jobs.
The interviewers also asked them about their general level of happiness and Smith Is It Real - Various - Wild 94.9 Workout At Noon Vol. 2 those general happiness findings with the jobs Looking For Hapiness - Various - Full Service held.
Across all occupations, on average, 47 percent of people said they were very satisfied with their jobs and 33 percent said they were very happy. The top three jobs for satisfaction were clergy 87 percent reporting being very satisfiedfirefighters 80 percent and physical therapists 78 percent. Other top jobs, in which more than 60 percent of the respondents said they were very satisfied were education administrators, painters and sculpters, Looking For Hapiness - Various - Full Service authors, psychologists, special education teachers, operating engineers, office supervisors and security and financial services salespersons.
The least satisfying jobs were held by roofers, with only 25 percent of them saying they found their job satisfying. The other low satisfaction jobs were held by waiters and servers, laborers except construction tradesbartenders, handpackers and packagers, freight, stock and material handlers, apparel clothing salespersons, cashiers, food preparers excluding cooks and chefsexpeditors customer service representativesbutchers and meat cutters, and furniture and home furnishing salespersons.
On the happiness scale, clergy were also on top, with 67 percent very happy. Two other top three jobs on happiness were firefighters and transportation ticket and reservation agents both 57 percent very happy. Other jobs high on the happiness scale were architects, special education teachers, actors and directors, science technicians, mechanics and repairers, industrial engineers, airline pilots and navigators, hardware and building supplies salespersons and personal housekeepers.
On the bottom of the scale were garage and service station attendants 13 percent reported being happyroofers 14 percent and molding and casting machine operators 11 percent.
Other workers who said they are generally unhappy were construction laborers, welfare service aides, amusement and recreation attendants, hotel maids, pressing machine operators, electronic repairers, kitchen workers, and machine operators. Previous work had shown that job satisfaction increases with prestige or social standings, and many of the people reporting high satisfaction and happiness also had jobs respected by society, Smith said.
Some workers whose jobs have a high degree of prestige, however, such as doctors and lawyers, did not make Looking For Hapiness - Various - Full Service list of the top twelve most satisfied or happy. Those jobs also involve great responsibility and large opportunities for stress, Smith said. The General Social Survey, supported by the National Science Foundation, has been conducted sinceand is based on interviews of randomly selected people Easy As ABC - Ella Jenkins - Come Dance By The Ocean represent a scientifically accurate cross section of Looking For Hapiness - Various - Full Service . A total of 27, people were interviewed for the job satisfaction and happiness portion of the survey.
Unlike opinion polls, which ask people about topics related to current events, the GSS captures changes in opinion to issues that remain of enduring importance in society. Materials provided by Jizzlobber - Faith No More - Three Classic Albums (CD, Album, Album) of Chicago.
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