The Washington Examiner recently reported on a survey commissioned by Porch on worker sentiments.
Porch is a free online network that links homeowners and repair, renovation. and cleaning professionals. Their research found concerns about robotics and automation. That’s a topic that the Daily Business News on MHProNews has reported on several times in recent years, see related reports, further below.
But the new survey found “That recession driven grimness hanging over the workplace has lifted and now workers of all shades are feeling good about their future,” said the Washington Examiner.
The polling said that 72 percent of blue collar workers and 76 percent of white collar workers are optimistic about their future.
Many workers feel they can find another job easily. That was confirmed by the latest JOLTs report, see that further below.
The survey found that most blue-collar and white-collar workers are happy, feel respected, and like each other.
Consumer confidence, manufacturers, and business confidence have also been on the rise, as MHProNews has been tracking those trends since the election of President Donald J. Trump.
See the related reports, further below. This is another survey that may suggest a trend counter to what political polling is indicating, and thus is important to manufactured housing investors and businesses. “We Provide, You Decide.” © ## (News, analysis, and commentary.)
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