💰 Where to Research Job Market Salaries in 2016

💰 Where to Research Job Market Salaries in 2016

Be ready to talk salary expectations before they ask you to.

Where to Research Job Market Salaries in 2016

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This is what happens when you don't research salaries before applying for jobs:

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Whether you need to do a quick salary check, or you just need a wage calculator, it's all here.

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2016 Global Directory of Salary Surveys, Guides and Calculators

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Quick break in the list: The Onion's Tips for Negotiating Your Salary

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Second break: How to Negotiate Your Salary, with Ramit Sethi

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  • PayScale – salary information for 94 countries
  • SalaryExpert (international version) – only one position at a time can be checked.
  • The 2016 Hays Salary Guide – covers over 1000 positions across Asia
  • Robert Walters 2016 Salary Surveys – PDF downloads for Australia, Belgium, China, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, The Netherlands, United Kingdom and the United States
  • GISjobs Salary Survey – salary information from GIS professionals around the world
  • Salary.com – US and Canadian Salary Wizard
  • Reed Global Salary Guides – Salary Guides and Market Insights for UK, Australia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, China, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Korea, Malaysia, Malta, Poland, Qatar, Singapore, Turkey, UAE
  • Robert Half 2016 Salary Guide – USA, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, UAE, United Kingdom
  • Spring Professional Salary Guide 2016 (pdf) – China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand
  • Focus Core Employment & Salary Guide – 2016 (pdf) – Asia Edition
  • Modis 2016 IT Salary Guide – US and Canada
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Richard Lanci says

the first 2 questions I ask recruiters when they call: 1 – where is the job and 2 – salary range.

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    Jacob Share says

    Makes sense. Have them give you a reason to continue the conversation or you’ll just stay at your current job

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[…] You should also look at sites like Salary.com (Salary.com), PayScale (PayScale – Salary Comparison, Salary Survey, Search Wages), and Glassdoor (Glassdoor Job Search | Find the job that fits your life) to study job, location, hazards (if it applies). Depending on where you are in the world, you may need to look by country. The site JobMob (All Together Now To Get Jobs in Israel and Around the World.) has salary surveys and calculators for careers around the world ( Where to Research Job Market Salaries in 2016). […]

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