Coloradans who stayed in their jobs making 8.1% more now than last March1 min read
DENVER (KDVR) — The Great Resignation gave workers great pay bumps, but even Coloradans who stayed in their jobs have managed sizable wage gains in the last three years.
Labor economics analysts at ADP Research Insights released their March 2023 report on worker pay, using data from 10 million workers who have stayed in their current job or left for new ones. Nationally, those workers who stayed in their jobs made 6.9% more this March than a year ago.
In Colorado, the pay for those employees who remained at their jobs rose even more.
Colorado’s year-over-year change in annual pay for job stayers was 8.1% in March. Those who have been in the same role for the last 12 months now have an…
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