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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.
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.
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