Here’s what happens when salary is actually included in job listings | CNN

Job listings can be extremely detailed, with long lists of responsibilities and required skills, descriptions of company culture and perks, and numerous other reasons for why you might want to work there. But there’s often one glaring omission: the pay.

Only about 12% of postings from US online job sites include salary ranges, according to Julia Pollak, chief economist at ZipRecruiter. And that’s an increase from 8% in 2019.

Part of the reason for the uptick is the stronger job market, Pollak said. “A tightening labor market does appear to have caused more companies to disclose pay rates,” she said.

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