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January 09, 2012

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True said Alexandra. This is true to say that the employees must be thinking of this year be full of ups and downs in their life. Somewhere there will be promotions, some where transfers and some where even job satisfaction could be the main issue. They must be hoping for a better financial year as compare to 2011. One thing I learned before I became a bestselling author and long before Inc Magazine voted my company as one of the fastest growing companies is that your blog post is like forecasting blog post making people aware of the coming ups and downs in their jobs and business.

Lots of thought on that blog but very interesting. Often times workers are extra motivated by pay increases for superb job performance. It is sad that the economy may make some employers seemingly disregard pay increases for very good outputs from their workers. It is very interesting to know that despite good pay abroad, there are still a lot who wouldn't relocate. There might be many factors that play here but perhaps most of those who answered "no" might be married parents because they are hesitant leaving their children behind.

@Daniel: Thanks for the thoughtful comments. I know my husband would never go for me leaving him and the kids behind for a job overseas!

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