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In this division, you will search through more than 300 roles and 120 locations for your most desirable role. Only by selecting the position and location will you find what you are looking for. And if you wish for a more accurate search, you can filter it by company sector, size, and funding.

  1. Are the salaries shown gross or net? 

Both! Above the table on the left, you can choose whether the salary table is shown at the gross or net level.

  1. Can I know the company costs for each position depending on the seniority level and percentile?

Of course! Automatically, the salary table is going to show you gross salaries. However, above the table on the left, you can select “Company Costs”.

  1. Can I search for contractor salaries?

Yes! Above the table on the left, you can select the option “Contractor Salaries”.

  1. What are the differences between the types of salaries available?

Once you look for salaries, you will automatically get gross salary data. However, you can choose to get:

  1. Gross salary

The gross salary refers to the total compensation that workers get before taxes, social contributions, and other withholdings. Additionally, it may include provisions such as private health insurance, spending allowances, dining vouchers, provision of corporate vehicles, and several other forms of monetary or non-monetary benefits provided to employees.

  1. Net salary

A person’s “net salary” is the amount of money remaining after taxes, insurance, etc. have been taken out. It’s basically the amount of money an employee gets each month in their bank account after all taxes. The highest number you can get on your payroll is the gross salary, and the lowest is the net salary.

  1. Contractor salaries

It is the compensation an independent employer receives for conducting freelance work for their clients. The salaries of specific contract employees vary according to the industry in which they work, their level of experience, and how much they charge their customers for their services.

  1. Company costs

Company costs refer to all of the costs and expenditures of any kind and payments. Common operating costs in addition to COGS may include rent, equipment, inventory costs, marketing, payroll, insurance, and funds allocated for research and development.

  1. What is the Confidence Ratio? How do we calculate it?

To calculate the confidence ratio, we begin by examining the number of salaries we have utilized. Next, we compare this figure to the salaries available in our database as well as those of our competitors. Additionally, we consider salaries from positions similar to the one in question. Finally, we penalize the ratio if we have had to rely on salaries from similar positions, parent positions, or from other locations or countries. This process helps us assess the reliability and accuracy of the salary data we are working with.

  1. What happens if I choose multiple positions/locations in “search salaries”?

The Platform automatically calculates the average salary for those positions and locations.

  1. When are the salaries updated?

We update the data on our Salary Platform on a regular basis, every two weeks. This makes sure that our customers can get the most accurate and up-to-date information about salaries and benefits.

  1. Can I download the salary data?

First, you have to choose the type of data you want in the configuration (gross, net, company costs, etc.). Then, next to the job description, you will find a download icon, with which you will get the data in Excel format.