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Q: Would you turn down a job offer today, for slightly more money?

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Gender

Male
53% Yes
Female
49% Yes
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Ethnicity

% who responded "yes"

60% of Native American employees selected "Yes" when asked "Would you turn down a job offer today, for slightly more money?", while only 48% of African American employees chose "Yes".

60%
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Native American
56%
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Asian or Pacific Islander
52%
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Caucasian
50%
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Other
48%
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Hispanic or Latino
48%
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African American
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Department

% who responded "yes"

61% of employees in the Executive department selected "Yes" when asked "Would you turn down a job offer today, for slightly more money?", while only 30% of employees in the Legal department chose "Yes".

Executive 61%
Engineering 59%
Communications 56%
Customer Support 56%
HR 54%
Operations 53%
Finance 53%
Product 51%
IT 49%
Business Development 48%
Design 46%
Marketing 45%
Sales 45%
Admin 44%
Legal 30%
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Age

% who responded "yes"

55% of employees aged 31-35 selected "Yes" when asked "Would you turn down a job offer today, for slightly more money?", while only 40% of employees aged 66+ chose "Yes".

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Education

% who responded "yes"

54% of employees with a Master's education level selected "Yes" when asked "Would you turn down a job offer today, for slightly more money?", while only 42% of employees with a Associate's education level chose "Yes".

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Experience

% who responded "yes"

61% of employees at their company Entry Level selected "Yes" when asked "Would you turn down a job offer today, for slightly more money?", while only 49% of employees at their company 1 to 3 Years chose "Yes".

61
Entry Level
49
1 to 3 Years
54
3 to 6 Years
52
6 to 10 Years
52
Over 10 Years
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Location

% who responded "yes"

66% of employees in Washington, DC selected "Yes" when asked "Would you turn down a job offer today, for slightly more money?", while only 41% of employees in Minneapolis chose "Yes".

Washington, DC 66%
Phoenix 62%
Chicago 60%
Seattle 57%
Boston 55%
Portland 54%
San Francisco 53%
New York 53%
Dallas 53%
Austin 51%
Salt Lake City 51%
Atlanta 48%
Los Angeles 47%
Denver 47%
Minneapolis 41%
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Gender & Department

% who responded "yes"

83% of Female employees in the Communications department selected "Yes" when asked "Would you turn down a job offer today, for slightly more money?", while only 22% of Male employees in the Legal department chose "Yes".

Admin
Male 56%
Female 40%
Business Development
Male 45%
Female 55%
Communications
Male 0%
Female 83%
Customer Support
Male 62%
Female 50%
Design
Male 47%
Female 44%
Engineering
Male 59%
Female 55%
Executive
Male 60%
Female 67%
Finance
Male 54%
Female 50%
HR
Male 55%
Female 54%
IT
Male 49%
Female 51%
Legal
Male 22%
Female 36%
Marketing
Male 45%
Female 45%
Operations
Male 59%
Female 42%
Product
Male 51%
Female 51%
Sales
Male 44%
Female 49%
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