Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Today's list: Little Rock a bad place to work

Posted By on Wed, Jan 16, 2013 at 9:14 AM

Another day, another dismal ranking for the home team.

This one purports to list the five happiest and unhappiest cities in which to work.

No. 5 on the unhappy list — Little Rock. The components, with a lower score being worse on the scale:

The Unhappiest Cities to Work In:

No. 5 Little Rock, Ark.

Overall score: 3.70

The Company You Work For: 4.03
The Culture of Your Company: 3.49
The Growth Opportunities Available To You: 2.98
The People You Work With: 4.12
The Person You Work For: 3.80
The Place You Work: 3.80
The Rewards You Receive: 3.44
The Support You Get: 3.60
The Way You Work: 3.80
The Work You Do: 4.00

Happiest city? Dayton, Ohio. Memphis and Knoxville also made the top five.

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