Graduates are being warned to ensure they choose
their first job carefully after it was revealed that Britons are
the second biggest 'workplace whingers'.
According to a new study, only the French complain more about their
jobs, whether it be regarding pay, holiday days or lack of flexible
One of the best ways to avoid ending up in a job you do not enjoy
is by regularly checking online graduate websites which offer the
best there is in terms of job prospects and careers
But it seems that many Brits are not taking advantage of the
opportunities out there and instead, sticking it out in jobs they
The study by research group FDS found that one in three UK workers
believed they did not get enough holidays, while one in five
complained about the commute to the office.
Meanwhile, two in five workers said they were unsatisfied with the
amount of pay they were receiving.
Charlotte Cornish, managing director of FDS, said: "After the
French, British employees are the most likely to be dissatisfied
with their work situation, despite their relative good
"It's also interesting to note that after France, Britain and
Sweden, the world's biggest workplace whingers are Americans,
despite having by far the highest levels of income relative to
their cost of living."
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