Study: 65% of people choose a better boss over a raise
Thursday, October 18, 2012/
An American study has revealed just 35% of people are happy in their job. And interestingly, 65% say a better boss would make them happy, while only 35% say a pay raise will do the same thing.
Ty Kiisel reports at Forbes.
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