Your future:

Paid fairly? Benchmark your compensation.

Benchmark my compensation

University, apprenticeship or workforce?

What's right for you?

Understand how sector, role and geography impacts compensation.

How much should I be paid?

The Pay Index provides pay transparency for individuals and organisations. We track, report and analyse compensation data across local, national and global markets. As the leading digital source for compensation we work with individuals, corporations, universities, not-for-profits and professional services providers to understand and compare pay across multiple dimensions.

  • Individual compensation
  • Educational Achievement
  • Executive Pay
  • Gender Pay/D&I


What is my current market value?

Register now and immediately access our exclusive global database of executive compensation. Compare your compensation package through a variety of interactive reports PLUS access our unique ‘cost of living’ comparison tool.

What am I worth?


How much should we be paying?

The gender pay gap, executive pay transparency, New York’s Intro 1253-A and California’s AB-168, are making it more important than ever for companies to be able to access current executive compensation trends and expectations.

What should we pay?

Why do individuals use The Pay Index?

Individuals use The Pay Index to gain a much clearer understanding of current global compensation levels, essential when negotiating a new job offer or preparing for an annual appraisal.

Why do companies use The Pay Index?

Obtaining compensation data  is increasingly difficult. The Pay Index enables companies to gain a view on current global compensation expectations to assist with attracting and retaining the very best talent.


Unique Cost of Living Index

Ever wondered how the cost of living within different cities impacts how much people need to earn or be paid? The Pay Index contains a unique interactive tool that enables individuals and companies to compare cost of living levels between different cities to understand how this impacts real-world net compensation levels.