Quality of Life, Not Money, Seen as Success

Associated Press

Earning an annual salary that equals or exceeds one's age no longer is the criterion for success in the business world, according to a survey by Managerment Recruiters International.

"Quality of life rather than materialistic opportunity is now more important," explains Alan Schonberg, president of the nation's largest contingency search and recruitment organization.

"Today's consideration include where an employee lives, schools for the children, culture and social amenities, commuting time, time away from the family and whether the work environment keeps up with technological advancements," Schonberg says.

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