Executive Briefings

Younger Workers Value Work-life Balance as Important Perk

Sarah Antonette and Rob Vargo are prime examples of up-and-coming employees who accepted their current positions after considering more than just the salary and standard benefits package. Although they could have taken jobs that paid comparable salaries with similar benefits, they opted to work for companies that provide career advancement, community outreach and work-life balance.

Vargo, who graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering, is a hardware engineer at Wilkins Township-based Vocollect Inc., which makes wireless, voice-activated systems for warehouse inventory and other applications. Click here for more.

Sarah Antonette and Rob Vargo are prime examples of up-and-coming employees who accepted their current positions after considering more than just the salary and standard benefits package. Although they could have taken jobs that paid comparable salaries with similar benefits, they opted to work for companies that provide career advancement, community outreach and work-life balance.

Vargo, who graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in electrical and computer engineering, is a hardware engineer at Wilkins Township-based Vocollect Inc., which makes wireless, voice-activated systems for warehouse inventory and other applications. Click here for more.