Here are a few of the more interesting Glassdoor\u00a0statistics I was able to dig up recently. As always, I will be updating this post as I find new and updated stats, so be sure to check back occasionally or sign up for email notifications below. The term "disruption" is used way too much in the digital world these days, but this week I am bringing you stats for a few companies that are truly making a difference in\u00a0their respective industries. Yesterday we looked at Zillow (real estate) and today we explore a company that is disrupting the job market: Glassdoor. Glassdoor is more than just a place for disgruntled ex-employees to go and vent about their company (yes,\u00a0there is plenty of that going on there), but they are also doing interesting things in terms of salaries and industry research. When you hear about a jobs study these days, Glassdoor is often involved. Like Zillow is doing in the real estate space, Glassdoor is building aggregating a whole bunch of interesting and valuable\u00a0user-generated data. Glassdoor Facts Glassdoor Website: www.glassdoor.com Year Glassdoor was Founded: 2007 Glassdoor Founders:\u00a0 Robert Hohman, Rich Barton, Tim Besse Glassdoor Headquarters: \u00a0Mill Valley, CA What is Glassdoor? Glassdoor is one of the world\u2019s largest job and recruiting sites. Glassdoor Statistics How many\u00a0Glassdoor users: 64 million monthly visitors Last updated\u00a03\/23\/19 Number of company reviews on Glassdoor: 55 million Last updated 2\/7\/20 Number of jobs listed on Glassdoor: 12 million Last updated 2\/7\/20 Number of companies reviewed on Glassdoor: 1 million employers Last updated 2\/7\/20 Percentage of Glassdoor visits that come from mobile: 54% Last updated 1\/12\/16 Number of Glassdoor employer-clients: 4,700 employers Last updated\u00a011\/21\/16 Number of employers that have registered for a free Glassdoor Employer Account: 36,000 employers Last updated 4\/30\/15 The average company rating on Glassdoor: 3.4 \u00a0(out of 5) Last updated 2\/7\/20 The average CEO approval\u00a0rating on Glassdoor: 73% Last updated 2\/7\/20 Percentage of Glassdoor visits that come from a mobile device: 54% Last updated\u00a01\/12\/16 Number of countries with reviewed companies on Glassdoor: 190 countries Last updated\u00a05\/5\/18 Percentage of the Fortune 500 businesses that are Glassdoor clients: 40% Last updated\u00a05\/5\/18 Percentage of Glassdoor visitors that are millennials: 62% Last updated 5\/5\/18 Percentage of Glassdoor visitors that search for or apply for jobs: 88% Last updated 2\/7\/20 Percentage of Glassdoor users that are men: 49% Last updated 5\/5\/18 Percentage of Glassdoor users that are women: 51% Last updated 5\/5\/18 Percentage of Glassdoor users that say they are 'ok' or 'satisfied' with their current jobs and employers: 75% Last updated 2\/7\/20 \tThis report\u00a0is available in an annual industry report. Some of the data in industry reports include: Users Demographics Revenue Growth Etc.-\u00a0all in one place I try to go through each and every stat regularly and update as much as possible, but we all know that some stats are easier to track down than others. As always, every stat is linked to its original source and has the source date listed. To get your copy of the report, click on the button below to purchase it. Report 1: Digital Disruptors Report (Includes: Airbnb, Amazon, Glassdoor, Netflix, Tesla, TripAdvisor, Uber, Wordpress, Zillow).