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PayScale Salary Chart Generator

PayScale Charts are free to use and easy to embed in your website, blog or forum. PayScale currently publishes salary, benefit, cost-of-living and education charts. Use of PayScale Charts is subject to PayScale's terms of use and PayScale reserves the right to limit usage to 500 charts. If you wish to syndicate more than 500 charts, please email bizdev@PayScale.com.

PayScale Chart Benefits:

  • Keeps traffic from leaving your page to find salary or cost of living data elsewhere.
  • Compensation charts update automatically so you have real-time data live on your site.
  • Provides current visual data to keep users engaged.
  • Quick and easy implementation.
  • Convenient sizes to fit most pages.

The PayScale Index
Charts from The PayScale Index provide information on trends in compensation for full-time, private industry workers in the US. The charts include trending data for 20 metro areas, 15 industries and three company sizes. You can add a chart to your site by going to The PayScale Index and finding or building the chart you'd like to embed. Then, simply copy the HTML (located to the left of the chart) and add it to your website or blog.

PayScale College Salary Report
The PayScale College Salary Report charts provide perspective on the relationship between college selection and career success. The charts include over 2000 data points, including salary data for 40 Majors, from over 300 U.S.-based undergraduate colleges and universities. To add a chart to your site, search the best colleges salary report for the chart you'd like to embed, then simply copy the HTML under each chart to add it to your website or blog.

PayScale Cost of Living Charts

PayScale publishes cost of living charts that compare cities to the national average on the cost of groceries, housing, utilities, transportation and healthcare. You can also see how a selected city compares to the most commonly researched cities. To see what cost of living charts are available, use the PayScale Cost of Living Calculator.

PayScale Salary Charts
PayScale publishes millions of salary charts, which are available in three convenient sizes. When you embed any of these salary charts, you will have real-time salary information on your website or blog that automatically updates about every two weeks. PayScale Salary Charts has salary data that can be sorted by:

  • pay rate
  • years experience
  • location
  • organization size
  • employer type
  • industry
  • education
  • school name
  • top skills

PayScale also has the following benefit charts: profit sharing, vacation weeks, bonus, commute time and most popular benefits by position. If you can't find the exact compensation data you want to publish, just email bizdev@PayScale.com and let us know what data you are looking for.

Instructions:

Go to the PayScale Salary Research Center or to the Cost of Living Calculator.

In the Salary Research Center, use the Search Box to select a Job Title or Location to drill down to the information you're seeking. For the Cost of Living Calculator, enter information into the city and job titles fields.

  1. Go to the PayScale Salary Research Center or to the Cost of Living Calculator.
  2. In the Salary Research Center, use the Search Box to select a Job Title or Location to drill down to the information you're seeking. For the Cost of Living Calculator, enter information into the city and job titles fields.
  3. Follow any other links to locate the proper chart based on your search.
  4. Select the Embed link next to the chart you want to use.
  5. Choose the size which works best for your needs.
  6. Simply copy the HTML for the chart into your website, blog, or forum.
  7. If you have any questions or feedback, email bizdev@PayScale.com.

Use of PayScale Charts is subject to PayScale's terms of use and PayScale reserves the right to limit usage to 500 charts. If you wish to syndicate more than 500 charts, please email bizdev@PayScale.com

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