Barriers to Better Work
The Pay Gap
Better pay leads to better work, which leads to better lives. But not everyone is getting better pay. Indeed wants to close the pay gap. So we’ve provided tools and resources on this page.
Start by sharing your salary. Don’t worry, it’s fast and anonymous.
What is the Pay Gap?
The pay gap usually refers to the difference between genders. But ethnicity also comes into play. Let’s look at the numbers.
Closing the Pay Gap
It Starts With Transparency
Find Out What You’re Worth
First off, see how much you’re getting paid compared to people in similar roles, using our equal pay calculator.Learn More
Discuss Salary With Coworkers
Open communication is the best way to close the pay gap. Here are some tips to get started.Learn More
Anonymously Review Your Company
Share information about company culture and pay. Everyone can use that information to find better work.Learn More
Learn More About Equal Pay
The discussion around equal pay is always evolving. View our full suite of resources and stay up-to-date.Learn More
Equal Pay Is Good For All Of Us
By reducing the pay gap, we can expand the possibilities for everyone. Here are just some of the ways we all can benefit.
- Eliminating the gender pay gap would increase a country’s GDP by nearly 3%.IPPR; EPP Group; Status of Women Data; BBC
- If the pay gap didn’t exist, families could afford childcare for the entire year.National Partnership “Americas, Women and the Wage Gap” 2022
- Without the gender pay gap, the bulk of student loan debt would vanish within 4 years.National Partnership “Americas, Women and the Wage Gap” 2022; Census
Resources For Salary Negotiation
Negotiating Your Salary?
When it comes to salary discussions, timing is everything. We’re here to help you get it just right (with tips and examples).
Find Better Work
Now that you know what you’re worth, search for a job that provides you better pay and work—so you can enjoy a better life.