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July 19, 2024

Finding a job has gotten harder, especially for jobs that require a bachelor’s degree

It’s getting more difficult for workers with college degrees to land a job that aligns with their education.
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The percentage of workers who would rather be unemployed than unhappy decreases with age.
The percentage of workers who would rather be unemployed than unhappy decreases with age.

July 8, 2024

A job – or joy? Many Gen Z and young millennials would rather be unemployed than unhappy

by Mary Hayes, Ph.D.Jared Northup

What’s more important to workers today: being employed, or being happy? Our latest research investigates this question to understand what workers are currently prioritizing.
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Chart showing that workers in Latin America are more likely to think that AI will help them in the workplace than in other regions.
Chart showing that workers in Latin America are more likely to think that AI will help them in the workplace than in other regions.

June 10, 2024

Most workers think AI will affect their jobs. They disagree on how.

by Ben HanowellNela Richardson, Ph.D.

The ADP Research Institute survey asked nearly 35,000 private-sector workers in 18 countries what role they think AI will play in their work over the next few years.
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June 10, 2024

Linking generative AI exposure to worker sentiment: It’s complicated

by Ben Hanowell

We use a global survey to examine whether remote workers in industries highly-exposed to generative AI are nervous about it.
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In this article, we go deeper into our Global Worker Survey data on good stress (eustress) and bad (distress), focusing on each end of the scale – the thriving and the overloaded.
In this article, we go deeper into our Global Worker Survey data on good stress (eustress) and bad (distress), focusing on each end of the scale – the thriving and the overloaded.

March 27, 2024

Workplace stress: It’s complicated

by Mary Hayes, Ph.D.Jared Northup

Our 2023 Global Worker Survey shows that geography, job level, and other factors can have a big difference in how people experience stress on the job.
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Global engagement rose in 2023 to a record high of 18%.
Global engagement rose in 2023 to a record high of 18%.

March 26, 2024

Employee engagement is up. Hybrid work – and teamwork – deserve the credit

by Mary Hayes, Ph.D.Jared Northup

Employee engagement hit a record high in 2023, but we found big variations based on geography, remote work, and teams.
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Share of workers who feel they are paid unfairly, by global region.
Share of workers who feel they are paid unfairly, by global region.

March 12, 2024

It’s not the size of your paycheck. It’s how you feel about it.

by Mary Hayes, Ph.D.Jared Northup

The ADP Research Institute’s annual Global Workplace Study looks at data from 28,000 workers in 28 countries who responded to the following statement: “My pay is fair for the work I do.”
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People with no intent to leave their employer are more likely to see HR as a net positive.
People with no intent to leave their employer are more likely to see HR as a net positive.

January 9, 2024

Want to boost HR’s value proposition? There’s an app for that

by Mary Hayes, Ph.D.Jared Northup

HR departments have many responsibilities that affect the employee experience - and some of these may lead to greater retention.
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How ADPRI measured stress in the workplace.
How ADPRI measured stress in the workplace.

December 12, 2023

How ADPRI investigated stress in the workplace

by Mary Hayes, Ph.D.

For the past two years, ADPRI has been studying stress in the workplace. We added six items to our monthly pulse survey to help us understand the complexities of workplace stress, and how it can be both positive and negative.
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