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Money isn't everything?

roundup A growing number of U.S. workers say that time off is more important. Good thing, given what salaries are doing.

A growing number of U.S. workers say that time off is more important. Good thing, given what salaries are doing.

Workers to employers: Show me the time off

Given a choice between a $5,000 raise and the equivalent in time off, 39 percent of respondents picked the personal time in a recent survey.
January 11, 2005

IT salary survey: Recovery not making cents

CIOs are getting paid a little more these days, but for everyone else, the news is underwhelming, says Janco Associates.
January 11, 2005

Tech jobs at your service

Labor Department says thousands of computer services jobs were born in December, but tech manufacturing jobs continued to vanish.
January 7, 2005

previous coverage

Will Google stay as hot as its lava lamps?

The search giant is known as "the" place to work. Can it keep the momentum?
December 27, 2004

Electronic Arts promises workplace change

In wake of charges of abusive work schedules, a company memo admits that "there are things we just need to fix."
December 3, 2004

Job confidence down as IT layoff fears up

Monthly survey shows tech workers are feeling a bit shakier about the job market.
December 1, 2004

For developers, it's not all fun and games

Employees at game software makers are speaking out about demanding hours, challenging companies to change their ways.
November 18, 2004