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I would say it depends how much is the base salary of the sales rep. Lets assume he or she makes a base salary of $50,000 - 20% only represents a $10,000, increase. After tax, this is not much of a difference in lifestyle and I think that if that sales rep moves in such a case, it should be for other reasons as well.

However, if a sales rep had a base salary of $100,000 a year, the increase represents 20,000$ and that's starting to be a more significant increase.

To echo some of the comments posted in the HR Capitalist blog, and this being true for any job and not just for a sales rep, compensation may be an important factor, but many other factors contribute to job satisfaction and happiness.

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