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Not sure you’re paid fairly?

Thinking about changing jobs?

Want to benchmark your working hours?

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So much more than just a salary checker

Benchmark yourself against your peers on multiple dimensions:

Compensation

Are you paid fairly? Do the people who started out with you make more than you now? How much do you make per hour?

Progression & performance

Are you young for your seniority? How long did it take other people to get there? Was your last review better than average?

Working conditions

Do you work more than most in your field? Do your peers from uni have similar workloads? Is your comp aligned to your workload?

Satisfaction

Are you as happy as you could and should be? Are other people more satisfied overall? With their compensation?

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Get your personalised benchmarks

Use our tool to get your personalised benchmarks and see how you compare when it comes to pay, progression, working conditions and satisfaction. Your benchmarks will update with every new Payspective user so check in regularly to always have the latest data

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Use advanced payspective tools

Go beyond benchmarking and using a salary checker – use Payspective to track your pay and satisfaction, forecast your earnings, find your perfect relocation destination or make the right decisions when it comes to advanced education like getting an MBA or PhD

Compare with your peers

To provide you with the most relevant insights, we need to enable you to benchmark yourself against all kinds of people. That’s why we are working with all kinds of peer sets.

Industry

Compare with people who work for the same type of employer

Function

Benchmark yourself against others with the same type of job as you

Seniority

Use our salary checker to see how other people in your level of seniority are doing

First employer

Check out how your path compares to that of the people you started out with

Age

Make sure your working hours or pay are somewhat aligned to your age

Education level

Find out whether all these years at uni paid off for your pay and satisfaction

University

Compare yourself to the people who graduated from your alma mater with you

Location

See how you’re doing within your city, country or community

…and any combination of the above.

Make payspective work for you

We’re here to give you all the insight you could possible need but it’s up to you to decide what you’ll do with them.

Decide on a job change

Figure out if the pay, hours and progression in your current job still work for you

Satisfy your curiosity

It’s simply interesting to know how much your peers make, what hours they work and how happy they are

Forecast your future earnings

Get security about the future and figure out how much you’re likely to make in 10 years

Payspective mobile

Ensure you’re fairly paid

Use our salary checker to make sure your pay makes sense

Prep a salary negotiation

Make sure you have some solid data to point to and don’t just negotiate on gut feel

Track yourself

Do you remember how much you made 5 years ago or how happy you were? Make sure you do 5 years from now

…or do any number of other things

Why payspective?

Because you want it and the world needs it

For you

To make great decisions you need to know the data – that’s just as true when it comes to designing space shuttles as when it comes to making the most out of your career. You may optimise for money, free time, happiness or impact but to maximise any of these, you first need to understand how you compare and where or how you could do better.

For equality

Work is not yet equal. The gender pay gap persists and minorities often find themselves underpaid or underrepresented. With Payspective, we don’t just want to provide you with a satisfaction and salary checker for your own good but also do our part in creating the transparency needed to make work fairer and more diverse.

For all of us

For you

To make great decisions you need to know the data – that’s just as true when it comes to designing space shuttles as when it comes to making the most out of your career. You may optimise for money, free time, happiness or impact but to maximise any of these, you first need to understand how you compare and where or how you could do better.

For equality

Work is not yet equal. The gender pay gap persists and minorities often find themselves underpaid or underrepresented. With Payspective, we don’t just want to provide you with a satisfaction and salary checker for your own good but also do our part in creating the transparency needed to make work fairer and more diverse.

Check out our vision and mission to find out more

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What you didn’t know about Covid-19 & the labour market – 3 astonishing but unsurprising facts

What you didn’t know about Covid-19 & the labour market – 3 astonishing but unsurprising facts

The diference between the salary which candidates for a position expect and the salary that employers offer has decreased by >1/3 in 2020, pointing to a shift in the labour market power balance in favour of employers. Meanwhile, half of all professional report a negative impact of Covid on mental health. Companies that made use of financial support from the government were less likely to grant pay rises to their employees.

Working hours UK & average hourly wage UK

Working hours UK & average hourly wage UK

The average number of weekly working hours in the UK is 41.8, which is somewhat normal in international comparison. Job satisfaction is unaffected by working up to 60 hours a week but takes a big hit beyond that. Meanwhile, the average hourly wage in the UK is £16.6. Looking at white-collar professionals, there are substantial differences in both working hours and average hourly wages for different company types and seniority levels in the UK.

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