The report was based on data from a survey of 2,000 adults. Respondents were given a list of 17 benefits and asked how heavily they would weigh each when deciding between a high-paying job and a lower-paying job with more benefits.
After health insurance, the most valued benefits are flexible hours, vacation time, work-from-home options, and student loan/tuition assistance.
Women are more likely than men to value free fitness/yoga classes, paid parental leave, and free daycare services.
Men are more likely than women to value team bonding events/company retreats, free snacks, and on-site gyms.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 2,000 adults. Respondents were given a list of 17 benefits and asked how heavily they would weigh each when deciding between a high-paying job and a lower-paying job with more benefits.
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