You hear people complain all the time about how they don't make enough money. But, when it comes down to it, is money the most important thing to most people when it comes to their job?
Not necessarily, according to the responses in a new survey.
The New York Post reports that the "Talk Money To Me" survey of adults working in the U.S. found that 55% of women and 65% of men would rather have the career they've always dreamed of--even if they knew there was a wage gap and that a coworker of the opposite gender was getting more money for the same position.
As far as younger workers go, those numbers were even higher with 64% of millennial women and 71% of millennial men saying that they would still take a job that they love despite knowing they'd be making less money than a coworker of the opposite gender who has the same work experience and same job title.
— New York Post (@nypost) May 1, 2018