High-fliers seek 'balanced lifestyle'

October 24, 1997

BUSINESS students seen as potential high-fliers rate a "balanced lifestyle" above high salaries and promotion, according to a survey. The International Student Survey by Coopers and Lybrand questioned 1,200 students studying accountancy, economics and marketing at Oxford, Manchester and the London School of Economics. Young people studying in ten other countries were also questioned. All but those in South Korea put lifestyle first or second.

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