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Brits have shared what their ideal job would entail and their ideal salary.
The new study found that we would like to work for a boss who enjoys a pint, while our workplaces should offer free hot drinks, a day off on your birthday and regular reviews and pay rises.
For the research, 2,000 Brits were quizzed about their dream work set-up, where they also said friendly colleagues and a good location were important.
According to the Sun, Brits also want a 17-minute commute, a decent view from the office, a 26-hour week and 29 holidays per year.
Meanwhile, one in ten of us want a more physical job and 33 percent would like a job that gets them away from their desk and out and about.
Additional benefits such as ‘duvet days’ and discounts at gyms were also sought after.
When it comes to ideal salaries, most of us would like to earn £44,000 a year.
Andrew Wood spokesperson for Raja Workplace, who commissioned the survey, said: “It's very important to work somewhere that aligns with your lifestyle and values its employees' needs.
“There are so many different things employers must take into consideration when designing a workplace and environment for their employees.
“From comfy chairs, to the layout of the office, to ensuring the office is stocked with plenty of tea, and coffee, it’s clear from the survey results these are all things employees value within their work space.”
As you might imagine, how a workplace looked was also important, with workers listing nice décor and clean desks as essentials and a whopping 72 percent saying they prefer a clean desk over clutter.
Meanwhile, 95 percent think a workplace’s atmosphere is fundamentally important when it comes to job satisfaction.
In happy news, a third of those asked reckon they’re already doing their dream job.
Andrew Wood added: “It’s great to see so many people already believe they have found their dream job as work is such a huge part of our modern lives.
“It’s no wonder a clean, tidy and well organised space is so sought after for employees, when it can impact their productivity levels so much.
“No matter what industry you work in, from office based, to studio or warehouse based, we expect organisation and the environment will continue to be one of the most important requirements in a workplace.”
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Topics: UK News
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