During interviews, it is critical to know your worth. There is tons of advice for determining your value, but it the best tactic is to research the average compensation for roles with similar experience, location and skills.
Here are six of the best tools to research salary data.
Hired offers a free salary calculator for software engineers, data scientists, product managers, designers and sales representatives.
LinkedIn’s new Salary tool provides free median base salary and median total compensation information when you share your own salary (privately and for data gathering purposes).
Payscale allows you to compare your salary in real-time with others around the world.
Glassdoor uses salaries submitted to them to give you an idea of how much you might make in a particular role and location, or even at a specific company.
Stack Overflow is an online community for programmers to connect, search for jobs and support one another. Their salary calculator shows what you’d make working for Stack Overflow.
Buffer offers a calculator that anyone can see what they might make at Buffer by plugging in their own data for location, experience and so forth.