A new NYC salary transparency law could help address journalism pay gaps, advocates say


Starting in April, employers in the media capital of the world will be required to include salary ranges with their job listings.

The New York City Council voted last month to pass a bill mandating that employers include a minimum and maximum salary that they “in good faith” believe they would pay for the position. The mayor has until Jan. 14 to approve or veto the bill, which will go into effect if he doesn’t take action.

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