Nearly one in five hates work so much they sabotage their employers.
If you thought that Americans who kept their jobs during the Great Recession were glad to be working, you would be dead wrong. According to a Gallup.com report, 70 percent of American workers are “emotionally disconnected” at work, with nearly one in five employees “actively disengaged.”
Not surprisingly, young men are the single biggest problem, and another interesting result is that Red state workers appear to be more positively engaged with their jobs. Of course here we are surveying those who have jobs, not those who have lost their jobs, perhaps a more problematic pool.