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Ever wonder how a salary range is set by a business or other employer?
Many factors influence a job’s salary, but supply and demand generally has the largest impact.
Ever wondered how much your pay might grow or shrink in a different city or state?
Find out with CareerOneStop’s Compare Salaries.
Whatever stage of your job search you’re in—from just getting started to negotiating an offer—it’s a great idea to understand typical salary ranges for the careers you’re interested in.
There’s plenty of research showing that the more education you have, the more likely you are to earn a higher salary .
But what if you’re not sure you’re up for earning a four-year bachelor’s degree? there are many careers that require two-year associate’s degrees and offer opportunities to earn good wages.
Have you dreamed of a career as a lawyer?
Experts caution there may be too few jobs for law school graduates, driving salaries down and making it harder for new lawyers to repay student loan debt.
Ever wondered what the earning potential is for your career? Or what a starting wage would be in a new field?
CareerOneStop’s Salary Finder provides salary information for more than 800 different occupations, for locations across the U.S.