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What Salary Transparency Won’t Solve for Women

There’s no being coy about salary anymore. But a slew of efforts to make compensation more transparent is really just about to confirm what women already know: They rarely are being paid their worth.

In May, New York will force employers to disclose minimum and maximum salary or hourly wages on job descriptions and advertisements. Meanwhile, Americans are quitting jobs in record numbers, and employers are engaging in bidding wars (offer, counteroffer, counter to the counteroffer, repeat) for talent. That’s ironic because workers also say they care more about purpose than their paychecks, that they’re willing to take less money for jobs offering work-life balance.


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