2007 Job Satisfaction Poll - The Results

2007 Job Satisfaction Poll

Goldman Sachs.

Yes, the results of the Martin Ward Anderson-sponsored 2007 Job Satisfaction Poll are now in.

We asked our readers to let us know how happy they were in their current jobs. Readers had the opportunity to record how they felt against the following options:

'Very Satisfied'

'Satisfied'

'Neutral'

'Dissatisfied'

'Get Me Out Of Here'

Below are the final scores.

11.4% of respondents said that they are 'very satisfied'

27.3% said they are 'satisfied'

13.6% said they are 'neutral'

19.1% said they are 'dissatisfied'

28.6% said 'get me out of here'

JOB CATEGORIES

Operations staff - 72.7% said that they are either dissatisfied or want out

Risk - 71.3%

Private Banking - 63.1%

Corporate Finance - 59.7%

IT - 56.4%

Internal Audit - 48.5%

Human Resources - 46.9%

Sales & Trading - 44.2%

Corporate Banking - 42.1%

Product Control - 37.4%

Secretarial / PA - 27.2%

Fund Management - 21.4%

Compliance - 11.7%

FIRM LEAGUE TABLE (only firms with a big enough sample are quoted)

Goldman Sachs - 78.5% of respondents said that they were SATISFIED with their lot.

Merrill Lynch - 74.3%

Barclays Capital - 73.6%

Morgan Stanley - 71.4%

Fortis - 69.0%

ABN AMRO - 68.7%

Credit Suisse - 65.8%

Dresdner Kleinwort - 63.5%

JPMorgan - 60.3%

Nomura - 58.7%

UBS - 56.1%

Jefferies & Co - 50.9%

Deutsche Bank - 47.3%

State Street - 42.7%

Citi - 31.7%

Bank of America - 36.4%

Lehman Brothers - 31.7%

Bear Stearns - 26.6%

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