More working women than working men (41% vs. 33%) say they have not heard about newly published salary ranges, and relatively few of either gender (12% and 16%, respectively) say they’ve used published salary ranges to try to negotiate a raise for themselves, according to the latest CNBC|Momentive Women at Work poll.
Among working women, 44% report their salaries have increased in the last 12 months, a slight uptick from the 40% who reported the same one year ago. Another 39% say their salary is about the same as it was a year ago, and 15% say their salary is lower now. Among working men, 42% say their salary is higher, 39% say it is about the same, and 17% say it is lower than it was a year ago.
Post-Great Resignation, more than half of women (65%) have been stationary in their positions over the past 12 months, with just 33% considering an exit now or having exited already. Top motivators for exits in the past 12 months among women include work life balance (45%), career advancements (39%), and higher pay (36%). However, the top motivator for those women considering an exit now is higher pay (52%).
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