Within weeks of a city pay transparency law going into effect, most New York City job listings are published with pay ranges: 60% of listings have employer-provided salaries, per Glassdoor’s Nov. 18 report. Open roles for New York statewide, New Jersey and Connecticut talent have seen a slight uptick in pay ranges available, as well.
With 2023 on the horizon, it’s worth noting that salary disclosure laws have picked up steam over the past two years. On Jan. 1, 2021, Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act took effect, leading some employers to legally circumvent transparency requirements by barring Coloradan applicants. CarMax, Ebay, GoDaddy, PETA, Spotify and Vice Media Group are among those Colorado-exclusionary employers