Australian bosses are more likely to pay higher wages for curious minds

Apr 16, 2022

New research from global software corporation SAP has found it pays to be curious with seven in 10 Australian business leaders (72 per cent) likely to pay above average wages for workers with high levels of curiosity.

Sydney-based Blake Garrett, founder and chief executive of school accounts software company School Bytes, credits his curiosity about how to help staff frustrated at printing, folding and mailing accounts and permission slips to parents with helping him launch his business in Year 12.

He now encourages it as a core value in his own workplace.


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