<p>MENLO PARK, Calif. -For today’s professionals making family time outweighs fear of layoffs, finds a recent OfficeTeam survey. “Recent world events have prompted many people to reassess their priorities and place greater importance on personal pursuits,” said Liz Hughes, OfficeTeam executive director. “As a result, flexible schedules may hold greater appeal than career advancement or increased compensation.” When asked to rate their No. 1 career concern, 32% of workers polled said the ability to balance business and personal demands; 22% cited job security, and 18% cited earning a competitive salary. OfficeTeam is a staffing service specializing in administrative professionals.</p>

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