A news release said personal confidence dipped slightly in June with 63% of workers reporting confidence in the future of their current employer and 49% indicating confidence in their ability to find a new job, a decrease of 1% and 2%, respectively.
On the other hand, the poll, conducted by Harris Interactive for the staffing company, reveals 12% of workers say they believe there are more jobs available and 7% say the economy is getting stronger. J ob security has increased slightly with 76% of workers saying they are unlikely to lose their job in the next year and 34% indicating they are not likely to look for a job in the next year – down by one percentage point.
The June 2008 Spherion Employment Tracker was conducted online within the United States between June 2-4 and June 10-12, 2008, among a U.S. sample of 2,589 employed adults, age 18 years and older.
Spherion said a reading above 50 indicates a positive confidence level.
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