Worker confidence among accounting and finance professionals fell to the low point for 2006 in December -- just a month after hitting a record high.
According to the Hudson Employment Index, less optimism around personal finances and hiring expectations, combined with fewer workers satisfied with their jobs, prompted the confidence decline -- as the index dropped 11.2 points, to 106.0.
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