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Springs employers anticipate salary increases in 2013

Employers in Colorado Springs anticipate giving workers a 2.1 percent salary increase next year, according to an annual survey from the Mountain States Employers Council. That’s lower than the state average of 2.5 percent, but projected increases are higher than those predicted for 2010 and 2011. Nearly 500 employers participated in the survey and represented… Continue Reading Springs employers anticipate salary increases in 2013

Employer costs for compensation for workers across the nation varied from a low of $25.88 an hour in the south to $32.85 in the northeast regions, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employer costs in the West were $29.90 and in the Midwest were $27.66, according to the statistics. Wages and salaries in… Continue Reading Wages, salaries and benefits equal $29.90 in West

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Mobile media is creating a demand for professionals who can help companies beef up their mobile presence. That’s creating more information technology jobs, according to a 2012 salary guide from Robert Half Technology. Companies also want access to increasing amounts of data, more secure networks and ways to grow online collaboration, the report said. “The… Continue Reading IT salaries expected to increase dramatically in 2012

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A new survey says salaried U.S. workers can expect another year of modest raises in 2012. After increasing salaries by 2.6 percent this year and last year, companies are planning a 2.8 percent bump in 2012, benefits and human resources consultancy Towers Watson reported Monday. That’s somewhat smaller than raises in the last decade. From… Continue Reading Survey: Small raises for salaried workers in 2012

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Aurora is 16 percent smaller than Colorado Springs, but its budget is 35 percent higher. That’s the discovery from a Colorado Open Record Act request with the City of Aurora, filed by Citizens for Responsible Aurora Government. Some of the data received is already raising eyebrows among the Denver suburb’s residents and points to the… Continue Reading Springs’ budget lean compared to Aurora

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For those curious about how Colorado Springs payrolls stack up with other defense/aerospace hubs across the country, here’s a quick look at the average salaries paid in the top 10 cities for DoD-related jobs. Top 10 average salaries for 2009/08 and 2008/07: 1. Washington, DC $82,874; $80,380 2. Virginia $80,135; $78,043 3. Colorado $74,000; $74,448… Continue Reading Colorado pays third highest salaries for defense jobs

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