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Survey finds 67% of U.S. workers not engaged in their jobs

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Minneapolis—A recent study by human capital management company Modern Survey found that 67% of U.S. workers are either disengaged or underengaged with their jobs. The “Spring 2012 National Norms Survey” found that only 10% of workers said they were fully engaged in their jobs, while 23% said they were only moderately engaged. However, the number of workers who said they were fully engaged was up 2 percentage points over the last survey, conducted in August, while the number of underengaged employees was down by 5 percentage points from August. The report was based on an online survey of more than 700 U.S. adult workers conducted in March.
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