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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

UK workers losing belief that hard graft brings a better life

2023-09-10 18:22

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UK workers losing belief that hard graft brings a better life

A mere 73% of Brits say work is either very or rather important to them...

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According to a new survey by King’s College London, over a quarter of people in the UK do not think work is a key part of their life.

 

It found that just 73% of Brits said work was either very or rather important to them.

 

That makes the UK the country that is least likely to put work first of all those surveyed - with the trend being more pronounced among millenials and younger workers.

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