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November 19, 2013 08:20 IST

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When it comes to satisfaction with a job, money is just one factor that keeps employees happy, according to a recent survey. The study carried out by Monster.com, one of the largest employment websites in the world, and GfK, an independent global market research company, says it is medium level earners, rather than those with huge salaries, who are happiest at work.

Let's take a look at some countries where workers are happiest.

Source: Monster-GfK

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Canada

Love or like their job a lot: 64 per cent

Don’t like or hate their job: 7 per cent

Overall rank: 1

Canada, which has a per capita income of $43,146, has an unemployment rate of 6.9 per cent.

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The Netherlands

Love or like their job a lot: 57 per cent

Don’t like or hate their job: 7 per cent

Overall rank: 2

The Netherlands, which has a per capita income of $41,447, has an unemployment rate of 8.7 per cent.

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India

Love or like their job a lot: 55 per cent

Don’t like or hate their job: 5 per cent

Overall rank: 3

India, which has a per capita income of $3,991, has an unemployment rate of 3.8 per cent.

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United States

Love or like their job a lot: 53 per cent

Don’t like or hate their job: 15 per cent

Overall rank: 4

United States, which has a per capita income of $52,839, has an unemployment rate of 7.2 per cent.

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United Kingdom

Love or like their job a lot: 46 per cent

Don’t like or hate their job: 12 per cent

Overall rank: 5

United Kingdom, which has a per capita income of $39,049, has an unemployment rate of 7.6 per cent.

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France

Love or like their job a lot: 43 per cent

Don’t like or hate their job: 9 per cent

Overall rank: 6

France, which has a per capita income of $35,680, has an unemployment rate of 11.0 per cent.

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Germany

Love or like their job a lot: 34 per cent

Don’t like or hate their job: 10 per cent

Overall rank: 7

Germany, which has a per capita income of $39,468, has an unemployment rate of 5.3 per cent.


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