Staying for the Challenges, But Leaving for the Money takes

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In the glory days of last year’s employment market, lots of people jumped to new jobs. But far more of them stayed put. Other than mere inertia, what is it that leads an employee to keep the same job? In a poll of college-educated workers making at least $50,000 a year, Fortune Personnel Consultants found the main inducements to be “challenging work” (cited by 24 percent) and “ability to balance work and personal life” (23 percent).

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