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Job hunting is stressful enough as it is. You have to do all these things, like ace your résumé and deal with that pesky cover letter, that lead up to whether or not you get an offer. Then, when you get that offer, you have to consider what would make you choose that job over another. A few applicants search for a company whose culture puts them at ease, while others are more about getting paid the salary they want. Which would you choose? 

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Most everyone is wise to the fact that it’s not all about the money. Sure, you can have one of the highest paying jobs in the world, but if you absolutely detest the environment around you—the office space, your coworkers, your hours, etcetera—making serious mullah won’t seem like much of a source of happiness anymore. 

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Anyone who has had a job they couldn’t stand will nine times out of 10 tell you that culture should trump salary when choosing your next position. Seriously—you’ll thank us in the long run.

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Yeah, sometimes people don’t have the luxury of choosing office niceties over money. At the end of the day, a job is a job—you clock in, you clock out, and you collect a paycheck that reflects the work you put in. Everything else is secondary.

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Instead of focusing on the distracting frivolities some companies offer (seriously, who cares if your office has a ping pong table?), focus on a career that’ll let you live your life comfortably outside of work. Your job isn’t your life anyway. 

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What's more important when choosing a job: company culture or salary?
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