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Costco employees reveal how much they really make

We used self-reported salary information from both PayScale and Glassdoor to take a closer look at what Costco Wholesale workers make.
Employees of NAPA Auto Parts' parent company Genuine Parts tend to stick around for a while.

20 growing US companies to work for if you want job security

We found 20 major US companies with growing workforces where the typical employee sticks around a while.
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Your salary may peak sooner than you think if you’re a woman in the US

Women's wages tend to peak at age 41, according to PayScale. But men's wages typically don't stop growing until a decade later.
98.9% of psychologists say they feel their job makes the world a better place.

The 20 most meaningful jobs in America, ranked

If you're looking for a meaningful job that will make the world a better place, these 20 professions may be for you. PayScale asked more than 500,000 professionals if they thought their job makes the world a better place. Keep reading for a closer look at the results.
Ninety-one percent of kindergarten teachers consider their job to be meaningful.

The 13 most meaningful jobs in America

These jobs make the world a better place.

The 22 MBA programs where students go on to earn the most money

There are a lot of opinions out there about whether graduate school is worth the time and money. But some occupations require an advanced degree.

18 college majors that that lead to the biggest pay raises

These majors have the greatest salary-growth potential from early- to mid-career.

The 18 private colleges where students go on to earn the most money

California schools make five appearances on this list.

The 27 colleges where engineering students go on to earn the most money

We reviewed PayScale's recent College Salary Report to get a sense of which engineering grads go on to earn the most money.

The 17 colleges where business students go on to earn the most money

These students are taking care of business and working overtime.