But it could have a happy ending if it eventually reminds us of the risks that free trade imposes on people, and if we improve our insurance mechanisms to help them.
The people who work at Facebook are ridiculously happy about it, new data shows. Ninety-six percent of employees at the social media giant report high job satisfaction, according to a survey of workers at 18 major tech companies from the jobs site Payscale.
In the survey, released Wednesday, Facebook scored the highest satisfaction rating compared with its peers, a list that includes Google, Apple, Amazon and Tesla. Facebook workers also reported the lowest levels of stress -- 44 percent -- as compared to other tech companies. The data for this particular survey came from a total of 33, tech workers.
Payscale says the margin of error on the data is 10 percent. The jobs site Glassdoor recently published its own list of best places to work, on which Facebook placed fifth. The company is absent entirely from Fortune's most recent list of the best places to work, however.
Facebook shares have been killing it latelycertainly beefing up employee coffers. Facebook workers get free lunch and snacks. Facebook also offers the kinds of things that would certainly help to reduce stress: Men and women get four months' paid parental leave.
Health insurance for single employees is free, according to Glassdoor, and costs are low for employees with dependents. You're not worrying about layoffs or obsolescence, as you might be at the more aging tech outlets. It's good to be the king.
It should be said that an overwhelming majority of these super-happy workers are men -- young men. The median age of Facebook's workforce is 29 years old. Just 32 percent of Facebook workers are women, according to self-reported data. The company has been outspoken about its efforts to recruit more women and underrepresented minorities.
An earlier version of this story stated that the average Facebook worker is 29 years old.
In fact, this is the median age at the company.Jun 20, · Are you feeling satisfied with your job? If not, you are among the majority of Americans—%—who are unhappy at work, according to a new report by the Conference Board, the New York-based.
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Happy Couple Workout, Harlem’s Happy Hounds, Happy Stony Noodle, and many more. Those that have more gratitude have a more pro-active coping style, are more likely to have and seek out social support in times of need, are less likely to develop PTSD, and are more likely to grow in times of stress.
b1,b2,d1. Happy employees are more productive. It results in less employee absenteeism, burnout and stress. When employees are happy, they are less preoccupied with themselves, more focused on their work and are willing to take on new challenges.