Picture two very different types of employees: One is chipper, polished, and eager to throw himself or herself headfirst into his or her work every day; the other is bleary-eyed, lethargic, and may have pressed snooze one too many times this morning. While both archetypes certainly exist within the American workforce, the latter stands out as the ubiquitous portrait of a full-time worker.
We wanted to learn more about this ubiquitous persona: Which industries had the most dissatisfied workers? How many people have considered flying the coop? And what would it take for them to make a change?