Nearly 1 Out Of 2 Workers Expect Pay Raise In 2012, Survey Finds

David Schepp
workers expect raises 2012
workers expect raises 2012

One thing many U.S. workers were conditioned to accept during the recent recession was stagnant wages. But with the economy rebounding, more workers than not say they expect a raise this year, according to a new survey by Glassdoor.com.

And they might not be deluded.

Earlier this year, another survey found that the vast majority of employers -- 93 percent -- plan to give employees raises in 2012. Only 60 percent of businesses granted pay hikes last year. In 2010, only 30 percent did.