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Q: If I’ve been promoted/interviewed for a job that would incur a 10% salary increase, do I have to accept? I’m facing a situation right now where I’m being offered a job in a company that would require a 10% raise in salary. I’ve recently been promoted from a position that pays less than that number and this is considered a great thing, but the company is offering such a big number. I’m wondering if I should accept the job and accept the smaller salary or if I should decline. I’d like to be honest with myself and clear in my own mind that my career is moving forward. A: If you are getting a raise from your new position, you don’t have to decline the new position. However, you should understand that a 10% raise represents a substantial amount of money. You will be taking a pay cut, and you should weigh that against the financial benefits you will be getting in the long run. If the new position is in a field that you have not worked in before, it could be a great opportunity to put more skills and experience on your resume. If you decline the position, you may not have the opportunity to make the right decision in the future. Once a job offer is made, it becomes hard to say “no” without looking like a fool. You are ultimately in control of your career. You should make the decision you think is best for you. Q: counting the number of True values in a list of a dictionary with a list of lists I have a list of a dictionary (in Python), I want to count the number of times in which a certain value is “True” in a list of lists, but I’m having some trouble. I have written the following: list = [{‘A’ : [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9], ‘B’ :[4,8,9,2,6,5,0,0,1], ‘C’ : [7,1,0,6,5,7,2,3,9]}] dic = {} for k,v in list: for k1,v1 in v: dic[k].append(v1) print(dic) print(sum(i for i in d