You are more likely to move jobs this month than at any other time of the year
The period from January to March is widely regarded as the peak season for job moves. Studies across different industries and geographical regions all cite these three months as the most popular, in terms of people entering a process to explore a new role.
Top 15 cities for executive compensation – where does your city rank?
Latest figures from The Pay Index assessed which cities offer the greatest average remuneration packages. The figures are taken from the 15 most popular cities that are registered on The Pay Index, ranking them in order of total average compensation.
Video Interview: The importance of salary within your career
Interview between James Rust, Managing Director and Founder Partner of The Pay Index, and Anthony Harling, Founder and Director of Not Actively Looking, discussing the importance of salary within the different stages of your career.
Video Interview: The impact of technology in career decisions
Interview between James Rust, Managing Director and Founder Partner of The Pay Index, and Anthony Harling, Founder and Director of Not Actively Looking, addressing the impact of technology within career decisions.
If you continue education throughout your career, will it improve your earning potential? Find out in the latest article from The Pay Index which explores how education impacts executive compensation...
Not working in FinTech? It pays up to 26% more according to latest data trends
Current data from The Pay Index shows that senior executives who work within Fintech frequently earn up to 26% more than their counterparts in other sectors – read on to see which sectors pay above the market norm…
Ranking of the highest-paid CEOs in the United States as of 2017 (in million U.S. dollars) - Statistica
This graph shows a ranking of the 20 highest-paid CEOs in the United States in 2017. In 2017, Hock E. Tan, CEO of Charter Communications, was the highest-paid CEO with a total annual compensation of 103.21 million U.S. dollars.