Report says 70 percent of U.S. workers are disengaged

Report says 70 percent of U.S. workers are disengaged

About 50 percent of the workforce or 50 million workers, were "not engaged," the survey results indicated.
About 50 percent of the workforce or 50 million workers, were “not engaged,” the survey results indicated.

[UPI]

A large majority of U.S. workers do not like their jobs with a significant portion of them disruptive in at least a passive-aggressive sense, a survey found.

Being passive-aggressive at work would include attitudes that were so negative they held back personal productivity or interfered with others at work.

In an on-going survey conducted by Gallup, only 30 percent of workers indicated they were “engaged” in their work, a report released Tuesday said.

Read more about the study on U.S. workers at UPI.