The High Value of Work Relationships

A recent study indicates that one singular factor exceeds all others when it comes to job satisfaction, and it doesn’t have a dollar or higher altruistic value. It’s our work relationships.

Censuswide surveyed more than 3,000 people in the UK workforce as part of a Get into Teaching commission. Get Into Teaching is  a government initiative to encourage professionals to switch careers and retrain in the educational field. The survey company published its findings earlier this month, revealing interesting insights into what people truly value and hate about their work.

In response to what they valued about their current careers, respondents could provide more than one answer. Thirty-nine percent of respondents indicated that their work relationships were the top contributing factor to professional contentment and happiness. Finding meaning and purpose in the nature of their work followed with 36 percent. A sense of professional achievement came in third with 34 percent.

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