3% raise at end of career evaluation? Should I be looking? The bonus is a similar number. I wondering if they are telling me that I should leave.

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What's your base yearly raise % at your company? Last place only gave 1%. Current place offered 3%. Both agencies within global holding companies. (No bonuses...)

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Folks in industry what have been your raises? Promotions vs no promotion years? Is it really 2 to 3 percent?

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Is 3% a standard expected raise amount each year to cover inflation or is that just myth I’ve always believed to be true? Looking at new job and asking for higher starting salary but wonder if I’d be

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What are typical industry raise %? In Los Angeles if that matters. I’ve heard 3%, but I just feel like that isn’t true anymore. Must be >5% no?

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EY alpharetta automation competency raises. EY announced 2018 is their big revenue and profit year but raises are shit even with promotions. I am manager-5, 150K, 3% raise. What is your raise?

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Tier1 in the PNW market, A1 to A2 - 3% raise. Is this reasonable?

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C1 to C2, 3.9% raise. Bonus 3%. 3 rating. Really?

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Is 3% normal for a first year raise? Started in October of 2017

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What is a normal raise for a non-promotion year? 8%? 3%?

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I was promised a 10% bonus when I got my job but only got 3% - I asked for a salary 10k higher than what I’m making and was only given a raise of 1k - I started in sept - should I even say anything?

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3% raise. I am done here

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Second Year Associates / Analysts, what was your raise / bonus from your first year salary from your respective firm? Received less than a 3% raise and am curious what the market norm is

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Not dick measuring but really curious on what the % raise you've gotten the past 2 years. Gotten 4% and 3% here and feeling like I'm getting screwed over.

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Folks in industry what have been your raises? Promotions vs no promotion years? Is it really 2 to 3 percent?

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What's your base yearly raise % at your company? Last place only gave 1%. Current place offered 3%. Both agencies within global holding companies. (No bonuses...)

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Is 3% a standard expected raise amount each year to cover inflation or is that just myth I’ve always believed to be true? Looking at new job and asking for higher starting salary but wonder if I’d be

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3% raise at end of career evaluation? Should I be looking? The bonus is a similar number. I wondering if they are telling me that I should leave.

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What are typical industry raise %? In Los Angeles if that matters. I’ve heard 3%, but I just feel like that isn’t true anymore. Must be >5% no?

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EY alpharetta automation competency raises. EY announced 2018 is their big revenue and profit year but raises are shit even with promotions. I am manager-5, 150K, 3% raise. What is your raise?

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Tier1 in the PNW market, A1 to A2 - 3% raise. Is this reasonable?

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C1 to C2, 3.9% raise. Bonus 3%. 3 rating. Really?

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Is 3% normal for a first year raise? Started in October of 2017

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What is a normal raise for a non-promotion year? 8%? 3%?

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I was promised a 10% bonus when I got my job but only got 3% - I asked for a salary 10k higher than what I’m making and was only given a raise of 1k - I started in sept - should I even say anything?

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3% raise. I am done here

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Second Year Associates / Analysts, what was your raise / bonus from your first year salary from your respective firm? Received less than a 3% raise and am curious what the market norm is

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Not dick measuring but really curious on what the % raise you've gotten the past 2 years. Gotten 4% and 3% here and feeling like I'm getting screwed over.

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