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Every year around Labor Day, a slew of surveys and polls are taken to gauge the state of the American worker. One released by the Associated Press earlier this week suggests that most Americans are happy with their jobs (81 percent) and think their pay is fair (71 percenet). But 34 percent say they experience too much work-related stress.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 09/15/04


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