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For job switchers, a move with a referral could make a substantial difference in their pay... depending on who refers them and their relationship to the referrer. (Image: Shutterstock)

People who switch jobs make more—especially in certain sectors—than those who stay with an employer, says a new study, although it depends on whether they’re full time or part time. In addition, workers who get hired via employee referrals could end up with the short end of the stick paywise, depending on their relationship to the employee who referred them.


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