Much to no one's surprise, many people are getting restless in their cubicles, looking for a change. At any given time there is always a good chunk of the working population that wants another job, but this year it appears the majority of people are unsatisfied.
PARADE and Yahoo! Finance put their heads together to create the survey, which polled 26,000 white and blue-collar workers.
Nearly 60 percent of workers checked the "I want another job" box, and that many also professed a desire to change careers.
Payscale reports that many Americans are getting tired of jobs with no advancement opportunities.
Part of the problem are jobs that offer no advancement opportunities. "Now we have the McJob that for so many in the economy goes nowhere," said Henry Blodget of The Daily Ticker. "The whole idea is that [those jobs] are a stepping stone to something else, and it never is. You can understand why they would be unhappy with that."
Over half of respondents that company politics play an unfair role in advancement, and only 27 percent attributed advancement to hard work.
Such low morale may be contributing to high turnover at jobs across all industries.