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This report includes a summary of key changes, including the salary level test and salary basis test.

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December 13, 1999
2000 Pay Raises: What's Hot, What's Not
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le it's important to plan on an overall pay budget increase for your organization, it's also critical to have an understanding of pay trends for different categories of workers.

Figures released by the "Kiplinger Report" say that pay will rise on a national average by 4% next year. But, not surprisingly, hi-tech workers will see their pay rise by 5.2%. Certain high demand services like legal, consulting, and accounting will also rise faster than average, about 4.7%. In the below average column are health care (3.6%) and utilities (3.8%).

To learn more about compensation by jobs and by state, click here. If you fill out Business & Legal Reports, Inc.'s wage and salary survey you can get a free copy of their $200 annual compensation survey.

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