London (2nd April, 2020) – Job seekers face a salary black hole when applying for jobs: more than a fifth of employees didn’t have an accurate idea of what salary was on offer when applying for their most recent job*. Consequently, 8 in 10 job seekers would prefer job ads to indicate an approximate salary. In response, Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, and the best place to find insights into jobs and companies, has introduced Salary Estimates to job listings in the UK.
Salary Estimates display a range for annual base or hourly pay and are specific to job title, company, and location. They have been successfully used on Glassdoor job listings in the U.S. for a number of years and are now being brought to the UK market.
The UK’s Gender Pay Gap means women earn 82p for every £1 that men earn**. Glassdoor strongly believes in the power of salary transparency to create a level playing field for all employees. This is supported by over two-thirds (67 percent) of employees who believe having a greater insight into what they could be earning would make them more likely to negotiate the salary at
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