Las Vegas, NV, April 17, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- An over-whelming majority of U.S. workers feel secure about their jobs, according to a new poll conducted by MoneyExaminers.com
. As the economy shows growing signs of improvement, the survey found that 85% of those surveyed feel good about the likelihood of future employment.
The survey paints a positive picture about the American workplace, despite growing uncertainty over the national economy in light of the China trade war. Economic jitters have triggered a 3,000 point fall in the New York Stock Exchange Dow Jones Industrial average, triggering declines in other world markets.
Employee lay-offs and cutbacks conducted by numerous large employers, including corporations like Costco, Kroger and many other Wall Street titans are part of the new economy as companies struggle to keep their bottom line in the black showing major troubles brewing in the U.S. economic work force. Studies show more people have less money to live on in the U.S. than ever before as the wealthy sector of the U.S. economy is adding more to its wealth.
MoneyExaminers.com regularly surveys visitors on important issues related to the economy and is a leading independent resource for consumers to keep track of their money.
Journalists, including experts in stocks, bonds, real estate, money management, personal finance and banking provide reports and forecasts on Money Examiners so consumers can better protect themselves in the world of finance.
Money Examiners follows the money in the new economy, and analyzes key metrics to provide insight for consumers, analyzing economic trends to give consumers an inside track on their economic futures.