Despite the old adage “money talks,” the majority of employees would opt for a promotion without a salary increase over a raise, according to a new survey.

About two-thirds (63%) of 1,200 professionals said they would prefer to get a promotion with no salary increase than a salary increase with no promotion, according to an October study from Korn Ferry.

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