Make data-driven decisions with Africa’s first compensation platform

Find where the market is on compensation and improve your ability to attract and retain top talent.

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How it works

We've collected salary data for thousands of roles across Africa and have built a benchmarking tool giving you real-life market data to inform your hiring decisions.

Step 1

Submit your company’s anoymised salary data to Pariti

Step 2

Pariti meticulously de-identifies, aggregates, and cleans your data.

Step 3

Gain access to our Basic package for free. Premium product coming soon!

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Use Cases

Smarter data-driven salary decisions

Build confidence in your offers to attract, retain and motivate top talent. Use Pariti to stay competitive and see what other African start ups are paying

Salary bands for annual comp reviews

Eliminate the guesswork and manual research. Have salary bands that are easy to use and continuously calibrated against Africa’s market

Strategically budget your people costs

Better understand your business financials and forecast salaries to make strategic hiring decisions

High-end security

We take data privacy very seriously - your data is secure, safe & protected at Pariti. We map job titles to our taxonomy which means individual job titles are not exposed on the platform. We also use state-of-the-art encryption and compliance measures.

Some of our key findings

Overall, salaries in East Africa outpace those in West Africa by 35%.

Expanding from Nigeria to Kenya? Keep this in mind as it will definitely impact your budget and talent strategy.
Junior roles in East Africa earn 20% more than in West Africa.

This early-career pay gap highlights the importance for businesses to understand the regional pay differences when hiring or setting pay scales.
Executive-level engineering roles in West Africa compensate 10% more than those in East Africa, highlighting the very competitive market for senior engineering talent in the region.
East Africa pays top Data roles 25% more than senior Commercial roles, emphasizing technical value.

In contrast, West Africa's top Engineering roles earn just 7% more than senior non-technical roles, showing a more balanced demand in skill set.

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