Fashion students are willing to trade $10,000 a year in annual salary for a good night’s sleep.
Among 247 students studying for fashion careers at LIM College, Kent State University and Oregon State University, more than three-quarters — 77 percent — would accept a position with an annual salary of $42,000 rather than one paying $52,000 if the lower-paying job was for a company with high standards of Corporate Social Responsibility.
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