The latest news on salaries
College degrees significantly boost earnings, but women and minorities benefit less.
Graduate degrees in the sciences and social sciences pay off, according to a Georgetown study.
Graduates of these programs have the highest first year salaries relative to debt load.
An updated study concludes that Ivy League graduates do not have a monopoly on high salaries.
The average federal civilian employee makes $74,311 per year.
What to do when your colleague takes home a bigger paycheck.
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.