The latest news on salaries
Practically nobody gets a pay hike anymore just for showing up.
Some salaries increased by 15 percent before the economic crunch hit.
This recession has brought job losses, pay cuts, and benefit reductions. When can you expect a raise?
A recent report shows average hourly pay for non-supervisory U.S. workers during January 2009.
New websites let employees share pay rates; employers should take heed.
They say their college head should give up pay, like a dozen other presidents have.
Good for the women of the House.
One school district may ask for pay raises back to avoid layoffs.
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Amount would make Gordon Gee the highest-paid president in country.