Other Perks that might make one job more attractive than another:
Free food or coffee
Private staff room
Onsite dining area
Personal parking space
Adapted from WetFeet 72% 100% Total 1 3 Other 0 3 Other 2 2 Other 3 4 Librarian Status or Faculty Status 3 3 Position title 0 5 Childcare (20%) Nice to Have 5 8 Other 6 8 Opportunities for Funded Travel 8 8 Location 6 6 Cost of Living 18 20 Benefits 20 30 Salary (80%) Essential Job A Weight Factor (WetFeet)
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