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People don’t feel richer because they’ve gained benefits instead of wages

Tyler Mitchell By Tyler Mitchell Jun3,2024
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  1. Personally, I believe individuals don’t perceive themselves as wealthier when they receive benefits instead of salaries. In my opinion, the feeling of financial security and prosperity comes more from the amount of total compensation received rather than the form it takes.

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