OnePoll polled 1000 working Brits about their jobs and stats reveal the best and worst parts of what they do.
70% like their job but only 22% consider themselves in their dream role.
Most only rate their job satisfaction as 7/10 (22%) however 10% of people in active roles and 10% of those who work from home rated their job as 10/10.
The worst part about UK Brits’ jobs is the salary (24%) and 15% of computer/ admin based workers say they spend too much time sat at a desk.
23% said the best part is their colleagues and 17% in customer facing roles say there’s nothing bad about their job.
Most people generally get weekends off (76%), those who mainly get weekends off are office workers (86%).
63% said the UK should implement a 4 day working week and 27% said Friday would be the ideal day off.
Those that don’t believe we should have a 4 day week cited ‘lower salaries’ and ‘child care’ concerns as reasons against it.
Most Brits working from home say they have a good work/ life balance (84%) followed closely by office workers (76%).
Those that don’t have a good work life balance are kitchen workers (41%) and hospital workers (40%)
(27%) say it’s because of overtime and 29% find it hard to ‘switch off’ from work.
This year, 39% will be looking for a new job. 84% of these will be looking for a higher salary and 54% have not told their current work about it.