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Being loyal can be a selfish act

Perhaps not as it used to, but being engaged in a larger enterprise helps the work go easier

But loyalty to what? For Jaerid Rossi, a process engineerm (left with colleague Greg Taveras), it's to personal devolpment. Their common thread is being part of something larger than oneself.
By Penelope Trunk
April 29, 2007

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Today, people in their 20s change job every two years. This frustrates employers, who say, "Why should I hire someone who is going to leave? I need someone who is loyal." (Full article: 860 words)

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