Whether they're right on not, which workers most believe they're underpaid?
According to a PayScale study of 933,941 people conducted from April 18, 2015 to April 18, 2017, Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks top the list, with almost 69 percent of workers in this group believing they're paid below average for their job. Meeting and Convention Planners come in second, with about 68 percent of those surveyed believing they're paid below average. And Lodging Managers round out the top-three; about 67 percent of these workers believe they're paid below average.
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Median pay for these jobs nationally is $34,800, $44,900, and $41,000, respectively, though appropriate pay differs based on geographic location, years of experience, and various other modifying factors. (If you work in any of these jobs and want to know if you're being paid fairly, take PayScale's free salary survey, with accounts for these factors and more.)
The ten jobs in which workers most believe they're paid below average? Here they are: