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Globally, What’s Most — and Least — Important When Considering an Employer

Sep 24, 2008
This article is part of a series called News & Trends.

What really matters when deciding where to work? YS Interactive, the parent company of YSN.com, asked 450 students from 50 countries. The students were surveyed in New York City during an international community-service-related competition.

Most Important

Least Important

1. Enjoying what they do1. Free food at work
2. Opportunity for advancement2. Having their own office
3. Salary/pay3. Stock options
4. Company vision/leadership4. Flexible hours/schedule (though in North America, this was one of the most important)
5. The people they work with5. Location
6. Social impact
7. Health insurance
8. Retirement plan
9. Being in charge
10. Vacation/holiday time
This article is part of a series called News & Trends.
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