Are You in the Ballpark of "What People Earn"?
WALTHAM, MA - PARADE Magazine has selected Salary.com as the exclusive provider of online salary data to complement its popular “What People Earn” issue appearing in newspapers nationwide on Sunday, April 15.
Salary.com’s suite of salary and career tools will give PARADE.com users access to competitive compensation information for over 3,500 benchmarked jobs, enabling them to determine their own market value after reading about the salaries of workers across the United States.
“Salary.com is pleased to be the exclusive provider of salary data for PARADE.com’s online extension of the magazine’s annual ’What People Earn’ issue,” said Tyler Toby, director of business development for Salary.com. “Visitors to the PARADE website will have direct access to the most reliable source of online salary data available and can use the suite of tools to assess their current job and financial situation, evaluate new opportunities, and gain confidence in salary negotiations.”
Consumers visiting PARADE.com can use a host of salary tools including:
The Salary Wizard® - The leading online salary calculator providing workers with access to the same salary data employers rely on.
College Tuition Planner - A web-based tool for calculating the annual savings rate necessary to cover the rising costs of college by considering such factors as the specific college, time until enrollment, financial aid, loans, scholarships and grants.
Cost of Living Wizard - An online tool for comparing living costs and salary differentials for more than 300 cities in the United States.
Job Assessor - A job evaluation engine for assessing job offers by considering such factors as: professional priorities, job satisfaction, and career opportunities.
Millionaire Maker - A tool for analyzing current income, investments, savings and other factors in wealth-building in order to determine how long it will take the user to save one million dollars.
“We’re excited to give PARADE readers a chance to determine what they’re worth using Salary.com’s suite of tools in combination with our most widely read issue, ’What People Earn,’” said Randy Siegel, President/Publisher of PARADE.
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