Money Registrar Survey Shows US Workers Feel Secure About Jobs

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A new Money Registrar survey shows the over-whelming majority of U.S. workers feel secure about their jobs, despite world wide economic declines.

An over-whelming majority of U.S. workers feel secure about their jobs, according to a new poll conducted by The survey found that 81% of those surveyed feel good about the likelihood of future employment.

The survey paints a positive picture about the American workplace, despite growing uncertainty over the national economy in light of the decline in China. Economic jitters have triggered a collapse of the Chinese stock market after years of expansion, triggering declines in other world markets. regularly surveys visitors on important issues related to the economy and is a leading independent resource for consumers to keep track of their money. Journalists, including experts in stocks, bonds, real estate, money management, personal finance and banking provide reports and forecasts on Money Registrar so consumers can better protect themselves in the world of finance.

Just 19% of those surveyed said they have doubts about their employment situation, according to the survey’s findings. However, under-employment still lingers in double-digits at 13%, according to Employee hourly cut-backs and lay-offs by numerous large national employers, which are public corporations from grocers like Kroger to Wall Street titans, are part of the new economy as companies struggle with keeping their bottom line in the black.

Numerous studies have shown employees who feel good about work is critical to having a productive and successful work force. Studies show employees who like where they work and what they do achieve higher levels of productivity and advance in careers more rapidly than those who do not.

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