• Chobani Yogurt's CEO Shares Stock With Employees, Grows Fantastic Culture
    Wouldn't it be nice if your boss handed you a million-dollar bonus in the form of company stock? On Tuesday, Chobani Yogurt Founder and CEO Hamdi Ulukaya may have done just that.
  • What Millennial Workers Value Above Everything Else
    Millennials are now the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, and as such, a group to be reckoned with. You might assume that because this generation experienced the Great Recession during such a formative period of their lives (causing an effect that has been dubbed The Great Delay) that they would value their paycheck above all else. Surely, this generation must be anxious, more than anything else, to earn. Right?! Well, actually, that's not exactly the case. Let's take a look at what millennials are really after, and what workers from other generations can learn from them.
  • Which Pied Piper Employee Has the Biggest Salary?
    In honor of the return of HBO's Silicon Valley, we decided to take a look at the salaries and job roles of each Pied Paper employee to find out who would be bringing in the most cash. Startup life isn't glamorous, but characters like Erlich, Richard, Gilfoyle, and Dinesh without a doubt make it look entertaining, to say the least. Here are the top earners of Pied Piper LLC.
  • For Perspective's Sake, Here Are 4 Jobs That Pay Better Than Teaching
    Despite all of the evidence to the contrary, there are still folks out there who think that teachers are fairly well paid. The truth is, they aren't. At least not when compared with other professionals who receive equivalent education and training. Despite the extremely important nature of the work, teachers often need to take on second or even third jobs to make ends meet, which impacts both their students' learning and their own experience within the profession. So, for the sake of gaining some valuable perspective, let's take a look at a few workers that are paid better than teachers.
  • Best Company Ever Gives PTO for Game of Thrones
    There are a lot of great company perks out there, like weekly happy hours and the option to bring your dog to work. But a U.K.-based company is now the center of company-perk envy and it has nothing to do with puppies. Here's why.
  • 6 Ways Women (and Men) Can Celebrate Equal Pay Day 2016
    Equal Pay Day has been on our calendars since its conception by the National Committee on Pay Equity in 1996, but very little has actually been done to close the wage gap between men and women in America. Recent research shows that in 2016, women only earn 74 cents for every dollar a man makes. Even if we look at men and women in the same jobs, women earn less: comparing only like job titles, experience, and education, women make 97 percent of what men earn. If this information rustles your jimmies like it does mine, I've got six things you can do right now to help close the gender pay gap this Equal Pay Day.
  • Teachers in South Dakota Will Finally Get a Raise
    Teaching is hard work, but despite the education, dedication, and expertise it demands, teachers are startlingly underpaid compared with other professionals with similar education and training. That's true across the board. However, teachers' pay varies widely state-to-state. This year, South Dakota has decided to take action in order to move their teachers up the pay ranks and help their schools and students succeed. Let's take a closer look at how they'll do it, and what encouraged them toward this action.
  • Want Job Security? Avoid These 3 Jobs
    The job market as a whole is showing some good signs of recovery from the Great Recession. But, that recovery hasn't looked the same across the board. It has varied widely by region, for example. Similarly, industries are progressing (or regressing) at different rates. If you're contemplating changing careers – or just want to know whether your current occupation offers a good future – it pays to know which jobs have the highest unemployment rates.
  • The Corporate Chasm: Does Your Employer Think Like You?
    It's pretty neat working at a company like PayScale that has smart, dedicated, and passionate people working both to empower employees with knowledge and to support organizations to be better at engaging their workforce. It means that, fairly often, I see both sides of the formula, if not actually an equation. I see a whole bunch of data from employees regarding how they feel about pay, and at the same time I see data from employers about their comp plans. In The 2016 Compensation Best Practices Report, Escape to Comptopia, there is an entire section dedicated to comparing notes from both sides of the divide.
  • 5 Things You Should Know About Working as a Nurse
    Some people are lucky enough to feel that they have a real calling toward one particular job or career field. Nurses tend to be these kinds of people. If you know someone with a profound desire to help others and a fierce work ethic and intellect to match, they just might work in nursing. But, while the job can be quite fulfilling, it's far from an easy career path. Let's get real about what it's like to work as a nurse in 2016. Here are a few things you should know.
  • Age Discrimination and the Battle for Equal Pay in Michigan
    Michigan lawmakers have proposed a bill that has local teenagers in an uproar – and for good reason. Senate Bill 250 would reduce minimum wage from $8.50 to $7.25 an hour for all workers under the age of 20.
  • 6 Incredible Career Paths of Pusheen the Cat
    Unless you've been living under a rock for the last year, you've seen Pusheen the cat around your favorite parts of the internet. If you haven't, prepare yourself to be blown away by this incredibly adorable and talented feline of the interwebs. Not only is Pusheen probably the cutest thing on the internet, but she also has a professional side. Let's check it out – right meow.
  • Fox Offered Gillian Anderson Half of Duchovny's Salary for 'The X-Files'
    Mulder and Scully, arguably one of the most memorable teams on TV, are in the spotlight today, and it's not just because of the revival of the supernatural hit show The X-Files. It's about a more serious topic: the gender pay gap.
  • Could This Be the Beginning of the End for Certain Public-Sector Unions?
    Labor unions have had a tremendous impact on U.S. workers and workplaces for well over a century. But, it's no secret that unions, in general, are in a bit of trouble these days. And, certain public-sector unions, specifically, could be about to sustain a punishing blow from the U.S. Supreme Court. Let's take a closer look at the case of Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association. Here's what you need to know.
  • See How Much Money Your WoW Characters Would Earn IRL
    Just like in real life, your video and computer game characters usually have to bring in some sort of income to survive. Whether you're looting gold coins or earning them through trade, you have to have enough gold to get you through the game. Today, I'm going to focus on one of my favorite games, World of Warcraft, and how much money characters from each profession would be earning in real life if they weren't hustling for in-game gold in Azeroth.
  • What the Hollywood Pay Gap Means for the Rest of Us
    We know that the gender pay gap is a real problem. Across industries, ages, and cities, women consistently make less money than their male co-workers. And if you thought this wouldn't apply to A-list actresses raking in the millions, you'd be wrong. While your sympathy for the rich and famous might be limited, here are just a few reasons why the Hollywood pay gap should matter to us.
  • 5 Strange Habits People Picked Up at Work
    If you've been in the workforce for a while, you may have unknowingly picked up some strange habits along the way. Join us as we take an adventure through AskReddit and discover some of the strangest habits these redditors have picked up from the office. Are you guilty of any of these behaviors?
  • 5 Shocking Statistics PayScale Uncovered in 2015
    At PayScale, we really love data. Throughout 2015, we used data to tackle some of the most debated topics in the career world, as well as to shed some light on common misconceptions about data. PayScale's reports cover everything from the gender pay gap to the cost and reward of higher education. And sometimes, we analyze qualitative data, like how workers feel about their jobs. For example, which jobs are the most meaningful, and more importantly, which are the most meaningless? And, do women really only make 78 cents for every dollar a man makes?
  • The Top 5 Dangerous Jobs in the US
    You might think that jobs involving training animals, working on highways, or fighting crime might be the most dangerous of all, but it's not true. A recent Forbes article sifted through 2014 data just released from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. It ranked the top jobs in America for job-related fatalities per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers. Here's a breakdown of the five most dangerous jobs you may or may not want to work.
  • What You Tweet Reflects Your Income, Emotions, and More
    Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania recently released a first-of-its-kind study that shows that they can reliably link twitter feeds to income, based on the content of the tweets. Why you should be concerned? Your next employer may be searching Twitter, and you may not like what they find.

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