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Over Half Of Americans Haven't Had A Raise In A Year

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — If you didn’t get a raise in the past 12 months, you are not alone.

A new report from Bankrate found more than half of American workers went without a salary increase during that time. 71 more words

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Raises Finally Approved For St. Louis County Police

CLAYTON, Mo. (KMOX) – Following months of contentious debate and numerous delayed votes, St. Louis County police officers are finally getting their pay raises.

Without discussion, the council got right to it during an early session on Halloween and passed the pay raise measure unanimously, 6-0, with 6th District Alderman Ernie Trakas absent. 350 more words

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PAUSD faces budget crisis, must limit future expenses

Written by Eric Epstein

The Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD) continues to face a significant budget shortfall, partly due to the three percent raise that the district is contractually obligated to pay all of its employees throughout the 2017-18 school year. 791 more words

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St. Louis County Police Still Seeking Raises In Vain

CLAYTON. Mo. (KMOX) – Members of the St. Louis County police department say six months after voters approved the Prop P sales tax measure, it’s time for members of the county council to sign off on their long-delayed pay increase. 406 more words

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State, union agree to pay raises for most government workers

Oregon’s largest public employee union is close to signing a deal with the state for millions of dollars in pay raises for its members.

The Service Employees International Union Local 503’s contract with the state runs through 2019 but did not include cost-of-living raises after January 2017. 36 more words

The Oregonian

Editorial: Oregon judges deserve a pay increase

There’s no sure thing when it comes to the Oregon Legislature, but a pair of bills — one in the House, the other in the Senate — come as close to it as possible. 63 more words

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Oregon judges ask for more pay, bigger pensions

A contingent of Oregon’s roughly 200 state judges visited the state Capitol this week on what has become a familiar quest: more pay and, indirectly, bigger pensions. 33 more words

Daily Astorian