76% of high-performance employees say trade mastery, not money, most important in career decisions.
William Belk

Seems overthought, and a bit deceptive

When you talk about high-performance employees, you are talking about those who will be well paid regardless, so foregoing a little more more money in favor of much greater job satisfaction is not a mystery to me at all, for anyone

The, possibly unintended, suggestion that people might be paid low wages for work they would prefer to do, is likely only within the limit that the individual feels appropriately compensated, or without viable alternative

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