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Conference Board. (Produced by US Bureau of Labor Statistics until 2013.) Annual reports on labor compensation, productivity and competitiveness in manufacturing industries in 33 countries. Statistics from different countries are harmonized into a single framework to allow accurate comparisons between countries.
Search for wages and salaries by industry, average and median wages. An ad-hoc collection of wage statistics from around the world - unexpected statistics such as cities with the highest wages in China or income in London and much more.
Categorized into market sectors, Statista provides access to quantitative facts on media, business, politics, and other areas. Sources of information include market research reports, trade publications, scientific journals, and government sources. Data may be downloaded into spreadsheets and presentations. Also includes industry reports.
Annual reports and proxy statements for individual companies have compensation data for top executives and board members.
Provides financial information on U.S.and international companies. The database consists of the following components: U.S. and International Company Data, Archives, Annual Reports, Factsheets Plus, Factsheets Express, Institutional Holdings, Insider Trades, Expanded Long-Term Debt, Equity Portraits, and Corporate Bond Portraits.
Bureau of Labor Statistics:useful information on compensation data gathered by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Some BLS sites of interest:
National Compensation Survey: wages for specific levels of work for 450 occupations on an hourly and annual basis available on national, state and metropolitan level. Details include union status, incentive status, establishment size and type - excludes federal government employees, and those employed in agriculture, fishing, forestry industries as well as private household workers. Data is for establishments with more than 50 workers and actual rather than standardized work hours are reported.
Occupational Employment Statistics: average earnings of employees on an hourly and annual basis for 750 occupations available by state and metropolitan areas - excludes those employed in agriculture, fishing, forestry industries as well as private household workers. Data is for establishments with more than five workers and standardized work schedules are assumed.
California State Salaries from the Sacramento Bee
Search this database for California State employee salaries including civil service, CSU, legislative, and UC system workers. Search by name or agency.