American Perception of Job Climate at Highest Since Financial Crisis

According to a survey conducted by Gallup, 24% of Americans think of now as a good time to find a quality job.  Out of context 24% may seem low, but this number reflects the highest the workplace outlook has been since the financial crisis began in March in 2008.

Perceptions differ from region to region, with people in the Midwest and South viewing their prospects more negatively, at 22% and 19% respectively, with Americans from the West (31%) and East (28%) tend to view their job climates more favorably. 

These more positive perceptions occur in tangent with two indexes created by Gallup that are currently experiencing upticks,  the Job Creation Index and the Economic Confidence Index, which can be seen here.
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