When it comes to jobs, employees are now more enticed by the work than the pay.

According to a new survey report by ManpowerGroup Solutions, people are now considering actual job duties as more important than the role's compensation.

After surveying almost 4,500 job seekers in Australia, China, Mexico, the U.S., and the U.K., the report found that 56 percent said "type of work" ranked as one of the top three factors in ultimately picking a job, whereas compensation sat at 54 percent.

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