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Many Employees Prefer a Higher 401(k) Match, Even If It Means Lower Pay
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Aug. 12, 2014
"More than four out of 10 workers surveyed (43 percent) indicated that, if offered, they would prefer to have lower compensation in return for a higher employer contribution to their 401(k).... [W]orkers were more likely to accept a position that had a company match as part of its overall compensation package -- only 13 percent indicated they would take a job with no company match, even if it came with a higher pay level."

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