Employee satisfaction has been the subject of research for many decades. In the past, it examined the principles of job satisfaction, the implicating factors and impact of employee satisfaction. At present, this issue is relevant because of changes in job design; another important factor is the change in the preferences of individuals. This paper focuses on the characteristics of job satisfaction in the Czech Republic, then it examines the relationships of sociodemographic characteristics to employee job satisfaction, finally it deals with the level of job satisfaction in relation to the field of work. The analysis is performed on data from the Market & Media & Lifestyle - TGI project. This is an extensive continuous survey conducted on a consumer panel of approximately 15,000 randomly selected respondents aged 12-79. The stratified random sampling method is used. The conclusions document relationships between socio-demographic variables, field of work and job satisfaction. Factors such as the level of education, net income, but also the age of workers have a great influence on job satisfaction. The positive influence on job satisfaction in the conditions of the Czech Republic was then identified in the fields of work such as marketing, management, media, advertising.