Unhappy Middle Managers

Although most executives surveyed by McKinsey find their jobs to be as meaningful as before the crisis, these feelings appear to be weaker among middle managers, who may feel more squeezed than their senior and C-level counterparts. Indeed, 27% of middle managers (compared with 18% of all executives) say they find their current roles less meaningful and exciting than their roles before the crisis. And just 36% of middle managers (compared with 52% of all executives) report that they are very or extremely likely to choose to be with their current employers two years from now, given their current excitement about their roles and their companies as well as their current stress levels.

Source: Leaders in the Crisis: McKinsey Global Survey Results

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