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Global Leaders -- Make “Great Job” Creation a Top Priority

Gallup Global Report: Where the Great Jobs Are

The wide deficits between "good jobs" and "great jobs" in every country mean there are vast numbers of employees who are emotionally disconnected from their workplace and are less likely to be productive -- even if they have "good jobs." Global leaders need to make "great job" creation a top priority. Using better metrics to understand the real jobs situation is a start.

Gallup Global Report: Where the Great Jobs Are offers a first look at the real jobs situation in 138 countries, revealing where the good -- and great -- jobs are and where the greatest deficits remain.

This report includes exclusive measures that show:

  • countries with the highest/lowest percentages working full time for an employer
  • countries with the highest/lowest percentages with good jobs and engaged employees
  • life ratings bonus from good jobs vs. great jobs

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