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New Features at PayScale — Employer Q&A, More Employer Research, Social Integrations


Here at PayScale, we are dedicated to helping you know your worth, interact with your professional network, and get timely, practical career advice. Our newest release expands different areas of our site, adding features that could help you move your career forward. Curious? Read on to learn about the new things that have us so excited!

Our newest release includes: 

  1. 100,000 Additional Employer Research Pages — Discover information about even more employers in the PayScale Research Center.
  2. New Ways to Integrate Your Social Networks with PayScale — Connect your Facebook account to PayScale to see who you know at different employers, schools, etc.

More Employer Research

We’ve added 100,000 additional employer pages to our Research Center which means you can find out more information about individual employers — from how they pay to how satisfied their employees are. Employer Research Center page example: Starbucks.

Do You Know What You're Worth?

Connect with Facebook to Broaden Your Career Network

When you connect your Facebook or LinkedIn account to PayScale, you will be able to see which of your connections work at a certain company, have attended a specific school, or hold a job title you’re interested in. Inside information is always helpful when it comes to finding a new job. See how it works here: 

Check to see if you know anyone at:

Or, search for any employer:

Then, connect with Facebook.


Start or Update Your Personal Salary Report

Have you built your salary profile with PayScale yet? If so, have you updated it recently? Now is a great time to check in and see if your salary potential has changed. Click your way to salary know-how!

Tell Us What You Think

Like the new features? Have questions? Leave us a comment or hit us up on Facebook and Twitter

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