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Old 04-05-2019, 10:39 AM
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Location: North Beach, MD on the Chesapeake
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My last ten years my raises totalled 2.5% cumulatively between year 20 and 31. Steps above year 20 had been eliminated several years earlier. Were I not retired this would be year 36 and the cumulative would be 3% since year 20 since a 0.5% increase was granted a couple years ago.

During that same time school based and central office administrators received all their contractual raises as well as bonuses.

Last year the School Board voted down a 4% over three years raise for teachers and nonexempt staff at the same meeting raises ranging from 20% to 36% were approved for administrators up through Assistant Superintendent.


People I know working in industry, and this may be an outlier since the vast majority are government contractors, have never missed a raise or bonus, although many lost pay during the recent shutdown.

For some historical perspective, raises have never been much more than inflation across most industries unless you were promoted.
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