A second wave of pay hikes is emerging, with firms including Morgan Stanley telling staff about further bumps to pay that will go into effect in January 2022.
Wages and salaries are near the pre-pandemic trend, but ongoing cases and caregiving concerns could still be holding workers back.
It's rare for actors to haul in huge salaries like they used to, but some have managed to strike lucrative deals in the past.
Facebook, Google, and UK departments have all talked up potential pay cuts for remote workers.
We used the Insider salary comparison tool to find what cities have the highest median salaries for software engineers.
The starting salaries being offered by UK firms has risen sharply as firms struggle to recruit, according to KPMG's latest report.
The labor shortage and surging inflation have set new minimums on pay and prices, but growth will likely slow down.
Ad industry pay varies widely, with a Dentsu account exec making $58,500 and a WPP chief creative officer making up to $880,000.
Insider analyzed data to give readers a snapshot of how much companies including Google and Apple pay marketing employees.
Insider analyzed data to show how much companies including Roku, The Trade Desk, and Integral Ad Science pay.
Insider analyzed data to give readers a snapshot of how much they're paying employees.
Data reveals 2021 salaries at Snap, including engineering, product, research, and other roles at the Snapchat maker.
Data reveals the base annual salaries for some Spotify staffers in engineering, product management, finance, and other roles in 2021.
Businesses faced two options as the US reopened: stick to the status quo or pay more to bring in workers. Data suggests they're picking the latter.
CEO salaries declined through last year, but soaring stocks more than offset the drop. Workers, however, were left behind by the market rally.
The e-commerce giant increased wages in 2018 and backs a $15 federal minimum wage. In 2021, it's emerged as leader of a wave of corporate wage hikes.
March was a portal: It's when wages went into a pandemic-related decline in 2020 and emerged in 2021. That took twice as long in the Great Recession.