Local workers say find a job and do what interests you
Cincinnati was named the unhappiest city to work in the nation.
CINCINNATI -- Do you like your job? How about the company you work for? What about the city?
An analysis says Cincinnati has the most unhappy employees in America.
The analysis by CareerBliss compiled more than 20,000 employee reviews from 2013. Employees across the country were asked to evaluate 10 factors that affect workplace happiness.
The review asked employees about relationships with co-workers, work environment, job resources, growth opportunities, compensation, company culture, daily tasks and control over independent work.
The reviews were evaluated on a five-point scale.
Orlando, Fla. was rated as the second unhappiest city to work in, followed by Indianapolis.
CareerBliss said that the review doesn't mean that Cincinnati is viewed as the worst place to live, it's simply a place where workers are least content right now.
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