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Offering Flexible Work Arrangements Helps Keep Talent, Says Survey

A new FlexJobs survey shows that travel is a surprisingly popular motivator for why people work—with 70% of Millennials say the desire to travel is a primary reason to work, second only to paying for basic necessities (88%). Gen X respondents ranked travel (60%) as the fourth most important reason for working, and Boomers ranked...
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