Have you received a pay raise in the past 12 to 24 months? Please respond!

Industry experts predict that in 2015, U.S. workers can expect a median base salary increase of 3 percent across all key employee categories and most industries. How does your pay stack up? Have you received a pay raise in the past 12 to 24 months? Please choose your answer.

If you haven't received a recent raise, please check all the reasons that apply in the choices provided.

Yes, I received a raise, but it was very little.
35% (93 votes)
No raise: My pay has been stagnant for years now.
31% (81 votes)
No raise: Tight government budgets.
21% (55 votes)
Yes, I've received good raises.
11% (28 votes)
Yes, I received a union-negotiated raise.
10% (25 votes)
No raise: In fact, I experienced a pay cut.
8% (21 votes)
Yes, I received a raise, but it was due to shifting job responsibilities/a promotion.
7% (19 votes)
No raise: The U.S. economy is not recovering fast enough.
4% (11 votes)
No raise: Reduction in state or federal aid.
3% (8 votes)
No raise: I did not receive a union-negotiated raise.
3% (7 votes)
No raise: Poor personnel evaluations.
2% (4 votes)
Yes, I received a raise, thanks to a higher mandated state minimum wage.
1% (3 votes)
Total voters: 263

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