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Pay Transparency Gains Steam

Younger workers are sharing their pay to try to gain more equity

Talking about how much money you make is generally seen as taboo.

Yet many younger workers are doing just that, according to a survey.

Some 42 percent of Gen Z workers, ages 18-25, and 40 percent of Millennial employees, ages 26-41, have shared their salary information with a coworker or other professional contact, the survey found. The poll was conducted by YouGov Plc, Feb. 16-18 among 2,449 adults, and of those 1,416 were either employed or looking for work.

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