happy_businesswomen.pngEmployees who have flexible working conditions and collaboration tools are more likely to be happy, according to a new survey — and more than twice as prone to feel their work is creative.

The survey, which also touched tech use, also found that older workers in the U.S., U.K., France, Germany, The Netherlands and Australia are just as likely to utilize as much technology at work as their younger colleagues.

In the U.K., for example, more than a third (36 percent) of millennials feel using technology at work is stressful; yet only a quarter of workers aged 55+ agree. Dropbox, which commissioned the survey, theorized that was due to younger generations’ expectations that technology would be a simple, seamless experience, which isn’t always the norm with workplace tools.

Click here for a look at more of the findings, released by Dropbox, in its post about the data.

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