Bosses actually are happier.
So says a new Pew Research Center study that found bosses are more likely to be "very satisfied" with their jobs, family life and financial situation than their underlings.
And more bosses than workers say they plan to stay put, especially since nearly two-thirds think they are compensated fairly for their efforts.
But when it comes to gender workplace issues, bosses and workers have roughly the same views.
The overwhelming majority of both feel that men and women are paid equally at their place of employment.
You might think you're working harder, but more employees now have access to paid time off from the job than two decades ago.
The share of employees with access to paid sick time, personal days and family leave, as well as bereavement days and military leave, has risen substantially since 1992-1993, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The prevalence of vacation days slipped a bit, however.
"The type of leave is MORETami Luhby - Aug 15, 2013 5:00 AM ET
Today's college grads are earning far less than their older siblings coming out of school.
Entry level wages for male college graduates fell to an average of $21.68 an hour last year, down 11% from 2001, according to a new report from the Economic Policy Institute, a left-leaning group.
Women, meanwhile, saw their average hourly wage drop to $18.80, down 7.6%.
"Young college graduates who finished their education in the last five years MORETami Luhby - Mar 7, 2012 4:53 PM ET
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