Definition of Salary increase

1. Noun. The amount a salary is increased. "He got a wage hike"

Exact synonyms: Hike, Raise, Rise, Wage Hike, Wage Increase
Generic synonyms: Increase, Increment
Derivative terms: Hike, Raise



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salaries and fringe benefits
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salary increase (current term)
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Literary usage of Salary increase

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Digital Work Force: Building Infotech Skills at the Speed of Innovation by Carol A. Meares (2000)
"Food counter workers have benefited from a 6.4 percent average annual salary increase, driven in part by an increase in the minimum wage from $4.25 pur hour ..."

2. The Tuberculosis Nurse, Her Function and Her Qualifications: A Handbook for by Ellen Newbold La Motte (1915)
"... CHAPTER III Salary—Increase of Salary—Carfare—Transportation—Telephone—Vacation—Sick Leave—Uniforms—Badges. Salary. A good nurse should command a good ..."

3. The Education and Training of Industrial Manpower in Japan by Ken Inoue (1985)
"This yearly salary increase can be performed both for ... PERCENTAGES OF COMPANIES ADOPTING A SYSTEM OF YEARLY salary increase Source: Ministry of Labor. ..."

4. Making More Money in Storekeeping: By W. R. Hotchkin by William Rowland Hotchkin (1917)
"The salary increase Picking up sales from day to day is a hazardous and disappointing method, but, if the salesperson has a comfortable list of good ..."

5. Sweden by Patrick Anderson (2003)
"In fact, the premium for a yearly salary increase of SEK 12 000 (ie 3%) results in a premium of SEK 27 100 for a 30-year-old and SEK 143 600 for a ..."

6. Have Faith in Massachusetts: A Collection of Speeches and Messages by Calvin Coolidge (1919)
"... VETO OF salary increase To THE HONORABLE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: In accordance with the duty imposed by the Constitution, a bill entitled, ..."

7. The Digital Work Force: Building Infotech Skills at the Speed of Innovation by Carol A. Meares (2000)
"Food counter workers have benefited from a 6.4 percent average annual salary increase, driven in part by an increase in the minimum wage from $4.25 pur hour ..."

8. The Tuberculosis Nurse, Her Function and Her Qualifications: A Handbook for by Ellen Newbold La Motte (1915)
"... CHAPTER III Salary—Increase of Salary—Carfare—Transportation—Telephone—Vacation—Sick Leave—Uniforms—Badges. Salary. A good nurse should command a good ..."

9. The Education and Training of Industrial Manpower in Japan by Ken Inoue (1985)
"This yearly salary increase can be performed both for ... PERCENTAGES OF COMPANIES ADOPTING A SYSTEM OF YEARLY salary increase Source: Ministry of Labor. ..."

10. Making More Money in Storekeeping: By W. R. Hotchkin by William Rowland Hotchkin (1917)
"The salary increase Picking up sales from day to day is a hazardous and disappointing method, but, if the salesperson has a comfortable list of good ..."

11. Sweden by Patrick Anderson (2003)
"In fact, the premium for a yearly salary increase of SEK 12 000 (ie 3%) results in a premium of SEK 27 100 for a 30-year-old and SEK 143 600 for a ..."

12. Have Faith in Massachusetts: A Collection of Speeches and Messages by Calvin Coolidge (1919)
"... VETO OF salary increase To THE HONORABLE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: In accordance with the duty imposed by the Constitution, a bill entitled, ..."

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