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The report confirms a dynamic that many companies have pursued: companies do better when they seek to understand their workers and support their social and mental well-being. (Photo: Studio Romantic/Adobe Stock)

Job satisfaction has hit a 20-year low, and no one is more dissatisfied than young workers, a new study from MetLife has found.

The 20th annual U.S. Employee Benefits Trends Study was based in part on a November 2021 survey of more than 3,000 employees in U.S. companies. It found that Zillennials, a micro-generation born between 1993-1998, have played a large role in changing expectations when it comes to work.

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