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Are you happy to take this job, or would you rather shove it?

Do you like where you work? Does it feel trusting and open? Are you using your strengths every day? Let us know. In just-released Gallup/Healthways findings, North Dakota ranked No. 1 for workplace environment based on survey questions including ...

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Do you like where you work? Does it feel trusting and open? Are you using your strengths every day? Let us know.

In just-released Gallup/Healthways findings, North Dakota ranked No. 1 for workplace environment based on survey questions including those above.

If you're a North Dakota resident and you're willing to chat with us about your workplace, email news@forumcomm.com . Please include your name and a phone number where you can be reached.

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