According to the October 2001 Xylo Report, Finding Meaning and Purpose in the Workplace, the vast majority of American workers find their work meaningful (92%). Women are more likely than men to find their work meaningful (94% compared to 89%). Older workers are also more likely to find their work meaningful â almost eight in ten respondents (77%) over the age of 55 find their work very meaningful, while less than six in ten (58%) respondents between 18 and 24 do. Married people are seven percent more likely than singles to find meaning in their work (94% vs. 87%).
The Meaning of Work (April 2002)
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