Research finds the age of discontent at work starts at just 35

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Underappreciation and stress fuel discontent as employees get older, with happiness at work falling after the age of 35

Posted inNews archiveon30 Aug 2017

Research by Happiness Works on behalf of Robert Half UK has revealed that almost one fifth (17%) of people over the age of 55 are unhappy at work. Those in Generation X don’t fare much better with 16% of 35-54 year olds admitting they are also unhappy in their roles. This is double the number of Millennials that said the same. In stark contrast to the older generations, less than one in ten (8%) of those aged 18-34 claimed to be

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