The survey was conducted via mail from Feb. 8 to April 1. The main results have a margin of error of 1.9 percentage point.

“We cannot rely on the unemployment rate alone to tell us what is happening with work in America,” Jonathan Rothwell, Gallup principal economist, said in a statement released with the poll. “This survey offers a detailed look at what people value in their jobs and how they feel about their working lives, and it shows that people want more than just a job.”

This article was provided by Bloomberg News.

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