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dc.contributor.authorNicole Maestas-
dc.contributor.authorKathleen J. Mullen-
dc.contributor.authorDavid Powell-
dc.contributor.authorTill von Wachter-
dc.contributor.authorJeffrey B. Wenger-
dc.identifier.citationUnlimited Distribution-
dc.description.abstractThis report introduces the American Working Conditions Survey (AWCS), a survey of individuals designed to collect detailed information on a broad range of working conditions in the American workplace. This report presents detailed findings about the prevalence and distribution of working conditions across the American workforce by age, gender, and education. The AWCS findings indicate that the American workplace is very physically and emotionally taxing, both for workers themselves and their families. Positive findings include that workers appear to have a certain degree of autonomy, most feel confident about their skill set, and many receive social support on the job.-
dc.languageEnglish (United States)-
dc.publisherRAND Corporation-
dc.relation.ispartofseriesAcquisition Workforce Resources-
dc.subjectAcquisition Workforce-
dc.subjectAmerican Working Conditions Survey-
dc.subjectJob Satisfaction-
dc.titleWorking Conditions in the United States: Results of the 2015 American Working Conditions Survey-
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