With the economy recovering, Americans appear to be most interested in better pay after enduring years of frozen wages or nominal bumps in compensation.

That's the upshot of a survey released Thursday by the Society of Human Resource Management that asked people what was most important to them in terms of job satisfaction.

Sixty percent said compensation, making it the biggest contributor. The survey asked respondents about the importance of 35 different contributors to job satisfaction. 

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