Most important employment factors when choosing jobs worldwide 2014

This statistic shows the most important employment factors when choosing jobs among workers worldwide in 2014. During the survey, 84 percent of respondents said that salary, benefits and financial incentives would influence them to choose one job over another.
Employers are increasingly trying to attract employees with wellness incentives. In 2015, corporate spending on wellness incentives in the United States reached 693 U.S. dollars per employee. The majority of companies fund wellness programs themselves, however, around 11 percent are paid for by employee contributions.

Which of the following make an organization an attractive employer or would drive your decision to accept one job/position over another?

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Source

Release date

September 2014

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

as of September 2014

Number of respondents

230,000+

Special properties

Workers from 31 countries, three generations and a multitude of industries and occupations

Supplementary notes

Multiple answers were possible.
The source does not specify the type or date of survey.

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