FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty:
For those Americans who are lucky enough to have a job, stress is their biggest complaint about their work.
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A new Gallup poll shows that a majority of U.S. workers are completely satisfied with many parts of their job - including their relations with coworkers, the flexibility of their hours, their boss or immediate supervisor - and the amount of work that's required of them.
They are least satisfied with stress, followed by their pay, retirement plan, health insurance benefits and their chances for promotion.
The poll also shows 48 percent of workers are completely satisfied with their jobs. That's similar to satisfaction ratings in the past several years, despite the onset of the global financial crisis.
What's more - job satisfaction is higher now than it was a decade ago. Workers appear to be more satisfied with several aspects of their job than they were in 2001.
Experts suggest this means either employers have become more generous - or maybe employees have become more grateful to have a job or easier to please, since the economy took a turn for the worse.
Meanwhile - the national unemployment rate stands at 9.5 percent; and underemployment is estimated at about double that. Stay tuned for the monthly jobs report tomorrow morning. You can be sure it will be gone over with a fine-tooth comb for any signs that businesses are starting to hire.
Here’s my question to you: What's the biggest complaint about your job?
Tune in to the Situation Room at 6pm to see if Jack reads your answer on air.
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