Learn

Articles

The ROI of an MBA Degree

Those with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree tend to enjoy a higher pay scale than those who hold “just” a bachelor’s degree. But …

by Brett Rudy - May 23, 2019

How to Calculate Holiday Pay

Every day should be a holiday. Yet, at work, only certain days are. At the end of the year, many employees look forward to extra …

by Christopher Fusco, CCP, GRP, SPHR - May 22, 2019

Examining the Gender Pay Gap in Sports

In 2018, women earned 85% of what men earned, based on a Pew Research Center analysis of the gender pay gap in the United States. …

by Connor Harrison - May 15, 2019

How Much Is a Mother Really Worth?

If stay-at-home moms earned an annual salary for all the jobs they perform on a daily basis, how much would they earn? Today, we’ve released the …

by Connor Harrison - May 10, 2019

Overqualified? You May Be Underemployed.

Are you employed, but over-qualified for your current job? Are you working part-time, but looking for full-time work? If you answered yes to either of …

by Brett Rudy - April 25, 2019

Cash Compensation is Money in the Bank

Cash compensation comes in two forms: base salary and variable pay. As the term implies, cash is any type of compensation paid in the form …

by Christopher Fusco, CCP, GRP, SPHR - March 29, 2019

Getting Paid for Business Travel Shouldn’t Be a Trip

Taking a business trip is often part of the job. You may even enjoy the trip, but that doesn’t make it a vacation. Business travel …

by Christopher Fusco, CCP, GRP, SPHR - March 29, 2019

6 Signs You Got the Job

Interviews are full of uncertainty, and as you wrap up your final conversations, you will be eager to look for signs you got the job. …

by Salary.com Staff - March 26, 2019

How to Position Yourself for a Raise

Looking for a raise? We’re happy you are using our salary wizard to find out your job’s value. Our data can provide valuable negotiation points, …

by Salary.com Staff - February 22, 2019

How Do You Plan a Career Path?

Your plan for career growth may be to enter the workforce for the first time, be promoted into a more senior role, or make a …

by Connor Harrison - January 11, 2019

Research historic material at Compensation Chronicles