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A new study reveals the top industries in which workers say they lack income for basic needs. They include health care, office administration, customer service, education, and retail. Only 39% of men and 30% of women report that their employer offers opportunities for pay raises.

But, as Jobcase’s “America@Work: 2022 Report on the American Workforce” details, pay isn’t the only thing employees across a variety of industries are worried about. They’re not receiving proper benefits packages, either — whether that be retirement support, built-in sick days, or family leave. Many also go without basic medical insurance, according to the report, and even more are living without other forms of employer-sponsored insurance.

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