Rabat - Morocco has ranked among the top three countries with the highest number of unhappy workers in the world, on the global workforce happiness index.
Rabat – Morocco has ranked among the top three countries with the highest number of unhappy workers in the world, on the global workforce happiness index.
The report was released by Swedish employer branding expert Universum. The report surveyed 250,000 professionals across 55 markets to assess worker happiness at the global level.
The survey asked workers to rate their happiness based on a variety of indicators, including how long they intend to stay in their job, whether they would recommend their job, and how likely they are to stay in their current job.
Morocco ranked alongside Nigeria and Japan at the bottom of the list.
“Morocco scored the worst in the Global Force Index,” the report said.
Authors of the report said most interviewed workers in Morocco said they are interested in changing their jobs, because they are “not satisfied.”
The top three countries win the world in terms of employee’s happiness are Belgium, with a score of 33.42, followed by Norway and Costa Rica.
The only African nation to feature in the top five is South Africa, where the majority of the population report being satisfied with its job.