Workers at small businesses report much higher rates of happiness with their jobs because they enjoy more autonomy and less structure, according to a recent report from PricewaterhouseCoopers.

“People at larger organizations tend to have more traditional work structures and tend to have many of the complexities that come with that,” says Justin Sturrock a partner at PwC. “People feel that they have less impact over the work they’re producing.”

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