1 in 3 employers intend to give raises in 2022

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Good morning and happy Thursday, Daily Money readers. Jayme Deerwester here with you on this Friday eve.

Raise your hand if you haven’t had a pay raise since COVID began. That may change in 2022, according to a poll released by Willis Towers Watson, a global professional services firm. It found that one in three companies surveyed intends to increase worker salaries amid the tight labor market and Great Resignation.

Companies were originally planning on giving employees a 3% salary boost, on average, but they have now increased it to 3.4%, the survey found. People on all levels are projected to get raises, from executives to support staff. The largest salary increases are expected in retail and wholesale trade, life and health insurance, finance, energy and industrial manufacturing, the survey found.

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