When you're job searching, it's important to know what you're worth to a prospective employer. It's also valuable to have a good idea about what the jobs you are seeking will pay.
That's because the two are interconnected. The chances of you being worth significantly more than the average salary for a job to a prospective employer are slim. Besides that, the more information you have, the better position you'll be in to negotiate salary when you get a job offer.
The best way to find salary information is to use salary comparison tools to analyze your credentials and to analyze salaries for the jobs and industries you're interested in. There are a variety of free salary calculators you can use to compare salaries for jobs, industries, and locations. There are also paycheck calculators you can use to see what your net paycheck, after taxes, will be if you get the job.
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