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The number of North American employers that disclose salary information to job candidates is expected to surge as more and more municipalities begin to require such disclosures in an effort to provide transparency and encourage equitable pay.

State and local governments have adopted wage transparency laws in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Maryland, Nevada, Rhode Island and Washington. Those laws require employers to disclose a wage range for each job, although laws vary as to who is entitled to disclosure and under what circumstances.

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