A Gallup poll of 150,000 American adults found over one-half (52%) were not enthusiastic or emotionally invested in their work, while eighteen percent(18%) were actively disengaged. Only thirty percent (30%) are engaged at work. This does not bode well for the country’s economic situation. Details from the poll include—–
*52% of all workers were not “engaged” on the job
*48% of workers with a high school diploma were not engaged on the job
*55% of college graduates were not engaged on their job
*Americans across all levels of education were most likely to be engaged at work if they held a managerial position.