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According to the Citi/LinkedIn 2014 Today’s Professional Woman Report, earning more money ranks higher than vacation time and flexible schedules for most women – but not higher than company …

According to the Citi/LinkedIn 2014 Today’s Professional Woman Report, earning more money ranks higher than vacation time and flexible schedules for most women – but not higher than company perks.

The Today's Professional Woman Report was inspired by the conversations in Connect: Professional Women’s Network, an online community with more than 325,000 members. Read the full report here: http://bit.ly/1pF5HBQ

To join the conversations in the largest women's group on LinkedIn, visit http://www.linkedin.com/womenconnect.

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  • 1. But men and women agree that having more control over the way they work is most important of all. of professionals would rather have a better boss than a better title.2/3Titles aren’t everything. But a boss is! Most agree that giving their staff raises is preferable to adding more people to their team. 2 out of 3 prefer to manage a smaller budget if they controlled it themselves. Both would choose the ability to work from home over a bigger office. 83% Work from home 17% A bigger office 71% Ability to give staff raises 29% A bigger team 66% The ability to control my own budget 34% A bigger budget When asked if they would rather receive a $10,000 raise or better company perks: Women Men 54% PERKS 46% PAY 42% PERKS 58% PAY According to the Citi/LinkedIn 2014 Today’s Professional Woman Report, earning more money ranks higher than vacation time and flexible schedules for most women – but not higher than company perks. The Finer Points of Professional Perks: Who values what? #ProfWomen For more on the survey, visit Connect: Professional Women's Network, powered by Citi at www.linkedin.com/womenconnect.