Low Salaries, Long Hours Stress US Workers
A recent survey shows U.S. workers are not happy. Almost half (49 percent) of the 1,546 adults surveyed earlier this year cited stress due to low salary. Other complaints included lack of opportunities for growth and advancement (43 percent), heavy workload (43 percent), long hours (39 percent), and unrealistic expectations (40 percent).
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