The following Forbes Magazine article I linked to says only 19% of American workers are satisfied with their jobs. And that number is exaggerated to the high side because in psychology, when interviewed and in sampling, human beings have a tendency to overstate their happiness and optimism by double. It is part of the bias in sampling. As such, likely only around 10% of American workers are satisfied with their jobs. And that 10% are likely the CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CIOs of their respective companies. Most likely, that is not you:
A Chicago Tribune and Manpower study echoes the vast disappointment “job holders” have with their jobs:
As they say, if the shoe fits, you must wear it. If less than 19% of American workers are satisfied with their jobs (and those “somewhat” satisfied are at the very top of the company ladder), then what chance do you have of being satisfied? Are you any different than another person that goes out and gets a “job” in Corporate America?
As an example, if you decide to go on an amusement park ride, and 90% of the riders came off and said the ride sucked, do you think you will be in the small minority who thought the ride was OK?
This is further proof that a “job” does not give you any hope or semblance of happiness in your life. It only makes you a fearful, nervous, cautious slave.