Millennials, aged 25 to 40 and Gen Z, ages 24 or younger, were most likely to give up money for other benefits.

Think of an issue, any issue, and it likely boils down to one thing – money. Money is often why wars are started, why couples fight, and why businesses succeed or don’t. You get the picture.

But for employers considering the work/life balance of their employees, is money everything? A new Linkedin Workforce Confidence Index looks at this issue. What they found was that 46% of employed Americans don’t want their pay altered in any way for comparable benefits or work/life balance perks.

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