On the face of it, the answer might seem obvious. After all, it's those in the public sector who have locked horns with the government in various forms of an industrial dispute over the last few years. Most recently, and most high profile has been Junior Doctors - wrangling over their new contracts being imposed by the government. This looks set to continue despite an unprecedented strike being narrowly averted at the last hour earlier this month.
As the economy continues to grow there is a fair amount of positivity within the private sector in the UK. After five years of decline, in 2015, UK workers are beginning to see a rise in real wages as pay growth finally outstrips inflation. And 2015 looks set to be the year of another recovery too - as more permanent, rather than temporary, jobs being created.