Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Happiness at work is a popular topic. This Research Note explores measures of job satisfaction that are available from 3 nationally representative surveys that are conducted within Britain; the Skills and Employment Surveys, the Workplace Employment Relations Survey and the British Household Panel Survey. Indices of satisfaction with work can be constructed from these sources based on both ‘catch all’ questions on overall job satisfaction and more detailed questions that ask respondents how satisfied or dissatisfied they are with particular aspects of their jobs, such as pay, promotion prospects and job security. Exploratory analysis reveals that, despite being characterised by low paid and low skilled work, reported levels of job satisfaction are higher in Wales than across other parts of Great Britain.