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A surprising number of workers worldwide are either not engaged with their work, or actively disengaged. Gallup’s State of the Workplace survey revealed some interesting trends: worldwide, only 14% of workers are engaged at work. In the United States, that number is reported as around 30%, but that figure is still low. And means that

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