American workers aren't happy with the way their jobs take a toll on work-life balance, and the number of those discontented workers is rising.

That's according to FlexJobs, which finds in a survey that the number of professionals bemoaning the effects of their jobs on their private life is significantly higher than it was just three years ago.

Just 30 percent of respondents say they're currently satisfied with their work/life balance, and that's a drop from 45 percent who said so three years ago. In addition, 37 percent of respondents today report being stressed by their level of work/life balance, up from 29 percent in 2015.

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