More money or something else? According to an 11/13/06 article in the Wall Street Journal ("Opportunity Knocks, and It Pays a Lot Better" by Erin White, section B-3), a recent survey of top performers showed that 71% considered compensation to be one of the top three reasons for changing jobs.
What's up with this? I disagree with this survey. In fact, when interviewed by the reporter for my take on this finding, I said that money is often an employee's camouflage for some other reason, such as career stagnation, boredom, or feeling unappreciated. (See my quote in the article.)
How about you? What do you see as the main reason people change jobs? What would be your reason?