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After nine years of steady growth, the nation’s economy charged ahead in 2018. Employers in the United States added 2.27 million new jobs as of November, riding a wave of federal tax cuts that pushe…

Demystifying the Gender Pay Gap: Evidence from Glassdoor Salary Data

March 23, 2016
This study examines the gender pay gap using a unique data set of hundreds of thousands of Glassdoor salaries shared anonymously by employees online. Unlike mos…

New Research: Demystifying the Gender Pay Gap

March 23, 2016
In the early 1960s, the U.S. labor market was sharply divided. Only 37 percent of women worked outside the home. Newspapers routinely advertised jobs for men an…

Robust Job Gains: 242,000 New U.S. Jobs Added in February

March 4, 2016
The latest jobs numbers are out from the federal government. What do they mean for job seekers and employers? Here’s a quick take from Glassdoor’s Chief Eco…

New Study: The Most Generous European Countries for Workplace Benefits

February 17, 2016
In many ways, Europe is an experimental laboratory for workplace policies. What can we learn from Europe’s vast experience about what works -and what doesn…

Where are the Best Social Benefits in Europe? New Report from Glassdoor Economic Research

February 17, 2016
How important are sick pay, unemployment benefits or annual leave entitlements to you? Social workplace benefits for employees in Europe are generally far more…

3 Ways Salary Transparency Helps Business in Wake of Obama’s Effort to Close Pay Gaps

February 4, 2016
Last week, President Obama proposed a new rule that would require companies with more than 100 employees to report salary data by race, gender and ethnicity. Th…

Friday’s Jobs Report: Signs of a Labor Market Slowdown?

February 1, 2016
Outside of the labor market, it has been a rocky start to 2016. Disappointing corporate profits, plummeting stocks and weak industrial production all point to a…

These are the 25 Best Jobs in America for 2016

January 19, 2016
With the New Year underway, searching for a new job is on the minds of many workers—something the average job seeker will do 11.7 times by age 48. For job see…

Where is the Best Country in Europe to Get a Job? New Report from Glassdoor Economic Research

January 5, 2016
It is easier to get a job in some European countries than others, and Estonia, Norway and the UK lead the way when it comes to job prospects due to a host of ec…

New Study: Where Are the Healthiest Job Markets in Europe?

January 5, 2016
Europe’s economic footprint is vast. China’s economy often dominates headlines, but the European Union remains the 800-pound gorilla of the global economy. …
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