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View Poll Results: What is your 2016 Raise %?
X < 0% 13 5.78%
0% ≤ X < 2% 24 10.67%
2% ≤ X < 4% 91 40.44%
4% ≤ X < 6% 22 9.78%
6% ≤ X < 8% 11 4.89%
8% ≤ X < 10% 11 4.89%
10% ≤ X < 15% 23 10.22%
15% ≤ X < 20% 5 2.22%
X ≥ 20% 18 8.00%
42 7 3.11%
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Old 03-04-2016, 03:12 PM
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Good year for me...

~18.5%
Nice, does this include exam raises?
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Shouldn't it exclude promotional raises and job changes?
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Shouldn't it exclude promotional raises and job changes?
No, it's my poll. I'm not necessarily going for straight COL/merit raise.
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I think col and merit will be 2.5%
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2%
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7% if only because I am underpaid
My boss told me 2% was going to be typical for others (non-actuaries). I'm thinking he'll continue to go to bat for me in the future...

I'm only reporting salary change since I wasn't around to get a bonus last year.
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9.5%

But last year was bonus free due to job change timing; most of that is bonus.

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1.16%
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5.2%, but last year's bonus was small because I started near the end of the year.
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9.1%
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