As if your job wasn't hard enough right now.

I hate to tell you this, but people are starting to care less and less about benefits in the workplace.

At least that's what Mercer's Workplace Survey suggests, which revealed that the value of benefits is starting to erode. So much so that now, the number of workers under 50 years of age who say their benefits are "definitely worth it," in terms of what they pay out of pocket, has fallen precipitously in just two years from 45 percent to 30 percent.

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