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Job Satisfaction 2018: A Tighter Labor Market Leads to Higher Job Satisfaction (Chartbook)


September 2018 | Charts

Find out how workers rank a full complement of job satisfaction components, including wages, job security, work/life balance, supervisors, bonuses, and many others. In the 2018 report, more workers reported overall satisfaction than in previous years, especially in the areas of job security and wages. Areas in which employers could improve—especially in a tightening labor market that makes recruitment and retention more challenging than ever—include promotion policies and bonuses.


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Michelle Kan

Associate Director, Knowledge Organization
The Conference Board

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Gad Levanon, PhD

Vice President, Labor Markets
The Conference Board

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Allen Li

Associate Economist, CCI

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Rebecca L. Ray, PhD

Executive Vice President, Human Capital
The Conference Board


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