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42% of self-employed Americans are satisfied with their jobs

Self-employed respondents are significantly more likely than those who work for someone else to be completely satisfied with their jobs; 42% of self-employed Americans are completely satisfied with their jobs compared with 31% of non-self-employed who are equally satisfied. Respondents also find some occupations more satisfying than others. 94% of managers and business owners are [...]

Self-employed respondents are significantly more likely than those who work for someone else to be completely satisfied with their jobs; 42% of self-employed Americans are completely satisfied with their jobs compared with 31% of non-self-employed who are equally satisfied. Respondents also find some occupations more satisfying than others. 94% of managers and business owners are satisfied (mostly or completely) with their jobs, notably more than the 86% of service workers and 80% of skilled-trade workers who are satisfied with their jobs. Also, 93% of professionals and 90% of clerical workers are satisfied with their jobs - significantly more than the percentage of skilled-trade workers who are satisfied at work.Job satisfaction may also be related to teamwork, according to Pew Internet Project.