Think about it. Low pay, bad or no benefits. No retirement.
The U.S. unemployment rate is at a 50-year low, meaning that it's easier to find work than it has been for decades. Now for the bad news: 60% if workers say the quality of their jobs is mediocre or even downright poor.

The findings come from the first-ever survey of job quality by polling organization Gallup, conducted in partnership with the Omidyar Network, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Lumina Foundation. The survey stemmed from a push to understand the dynamics of the workplace beyond the employment and wage data tracked by government agencies, Gallup principal economist Jonathan Rothwell told CBS MoneyWatch.

"There are several macroeconomic factors that have led me to think that job quality might be a serious problem," Rothwell said.