Recruitment ranked sixth in the unhappy at work charts

Recruitment has ranked in the top 10 of professions where people are unhappy in their current role.

Research from careers site CV-Library reveals 39.9% of workers across all UK sectors were unhappy at work, with marketing (57.1%) leading the top 10 professions in which workers were not happy in their current job, followed by legal (54.5%) and hospitality (53.3%). Recruitment ranked sixth (46.2%).

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