Forty-two percent of working adults are willing to give up an average of 6 percent of their pay for more workplace flexibility at work, reveals a new survey by Mom Corps and Harris Interactive.

Men and young workers are especially open to pay cuts. According to the survey, 12 percent of working men are twice as likely as working women to say they would be willing to give up more than 10 percent of their pay for greater workplace flexibility. Workers ages 18-34 are up to three times more likely to forgo more than 10 percent of their pay, despite the fact that the unemployment rate for young workers is highest among all age groups.

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