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nonmonetary advantages

/ (nɒnˈmʌnɪtərɪ) /
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pl n
the beneficial aspects of an employment, such as the stimulation of the work, attractiveness of the workplace, or its nearness to one's home, that do not reflect its financial remuneration
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