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Do you have a mentor at work? Unless you’re the CEO, you should probably have one.  That seems to be what a majority of chief financial officers believe, according to a recent survey from Accountemps, a division of staffing consulting firm Robert Half. 

In a poll of 2,200 CFOs in 20 of the largest U.S. metro areas, 42 percent said it was “very important” for employees to have a mentor for career development. An additional 44 percent said it was somewhat important. 

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