Poll: Older Americans Very Satisfied With Their Jobs

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Poll: Older Americans Very Satisfied With Their Jobs

In a new poll, 90 percent of Americans over the age of 50 reported that they were either very satisfied or somewhat satisfied with their jobs, with the poll showing a steadily increasing level of job satisfaction among workers as they age. What do you think?

  • “Typical baby boomers. Always satisfied with everything.”

    Vincent Zalvin
    Well Digger
  • “That’s because they didn’t grow up with that agitator Dilbert constantly pointing out the frustrations and drudgeries of office life.”

    Pia Morales
    Sandblaster
  • “The longer I work at Dairy Queen, the happier I get.”

    Edwin Avery
    Fast Food Worker