September 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);9/15/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 37, pP20
The article presents the results of a public opinion poll regarding the satisfaction of employees with their jobs. Fifty-four percent of the respondents revealed that they are very satisfied while 27.3% are not satisfied. The remaining 18.2% noted that they are somewhat satisfied. In the case of the hotel industry, the author states that a number of job cuts are being implemented within the industry. A number of people have decided to take jobs out of state and commute to and from Las Vegas, Nevada as salaries are being cut and eliminated.


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