A Record 69% of Americans Are Disengaged at Work


According to a recent Gallop poll, less than 1 in 3 employed Americans say they’re involved in, enthusiastic about, or committed to their work or workplace. What do you think?

“If my job could possibly suck in any more ways than it does now, I’d orgasm.” – Nate Coleman, Pest Control worker
“We spend the vast majority of our waking hours getting ready for, traveling to, and working at jobs we hate. Time passes by, we get old and die and there’s nothing we can do about it. So yeah, I guess you could say that I’m slightly disengaged at work.” Greta Gremund, Walmart Greeter
“I’d quit, but I have to continue working here to be able to afford the prescriptions required to treat the trauma caused by working here.” – Susan Bismark, public school teacher

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