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Businesses are being more upfront about how much they pay as workers seek out higher wages, according to report

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In a labor market where workers are quitting en masse, seeking out better positions, and feeling the impact of employers raising wages, companies are scrambling to staff up.

One new measure they’re taking: Saying just how much their open roles pay. A new report from Bloomberg looks at data from Emsi Burning Glass, an analytics firm, that tracks how many job postings include compensation information.

According to Bloomberg, the answer is a whole lot more: Specifically, 12% of listings in 2021’s second quarter included it. Meanwhile, in 2019, just 8% of listings from details ⇒

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