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I think you've misunderstood the post. There are jobs available to work on "big things" and there are jobs to work on "small things". Job advertising provides a really nice set of domain specific data to work out why people are more likely to work on the "small things" then the "big things". Jason's concluded that from the data they have available that they can see that people find geography to be more important to the job they choose then the satisfaction from working on the "big things".

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