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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.

READ MORE: The full list on Forbes

Are you happy working in Cincinnati or do you agree with the analysis? Comment below!

More Cincinnati rankings from the past two years:

Cincinnati named one of the worst budgeting cities by Card Hub
Cincinnati ranks in top 50 for worst traffic congestion 
Cincinnati one of worst cities for sleep  
Cincinnati ranked among Top 10 of 'America's Smartest Cities' by Movoto blog     
Cincinnati Children's Hospital ranks No. 3 in nation on U.S. News & World Report's rankings 
Cincinnati ranks 6th in nation for metal theft 
Cincinnati ranked in top 10 for U.S. emerging cities 
Allergy ranking for Cincinnati may be something to sneeze at 
Cincinnati ranks among ‘10 Most Unexpected Cities for High Tech Innovation' 
Study: Cincinnati ranks among most literate cities 
Cincinnati ranked on list of 'The 25 Most Hungover Cities In America' 
Cincinnati ranks No. 3 in U.S. travel destinations for 2012 
Forbes Magazine ranks Cincinnati among best cities for working moms 
Cincinnati ranked one of the most affordable metro areas by Apartment Guide
Charity Navigator ranks Cincinnati fourth-most-giving city in US




 

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