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Here’s The Best Cities In The United States For Getting A Raise: Payscale Study 2018

The cities of Tucson, Arizona; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Honolulu, Hawaii; Grand Rapids, Michigan; and Ventura, California took the top 5 spots for the best cities in terms of getting a raise without asking for them directly, according to the findings from a PayScale survey.

Fresno, California took the dubious honor of last place — the city where employees had the lowest overall rate of receiving a raise without asking.

Meanwhile, the cities of Ogden, Utah; Honolulu, Hawaii; San Francisco, California; Boston, Massachusetts; and Seattle, Washington took the top five spots for the best cities in terms of getting a raise once employees ask for one.

On the other hand Gary, Indiana took the dubious honor of last place — the city where employees had the lowest overall rate of receiving a raise after asking. Payscale asked over 160,000 people about their experience when asking for a pay raise.

Here’s the best cities the United States for getting a raise:

CityState% Received a Raise After Asking% Received a Raise Without Asking
GaryIN0.530.21
Baton RougeLA0.590.24
Lakeland-Winter HavenFL0.590.19
KnoxvilleTN0.610.18
StocktonCA0.610.16
BakersfieldCA0.620.17
Little RockAR0.620.16
TulsaOK0.620.19
ColumbiaSC0.630.2
Oklahoma CityOK0.630.21
Las VegasNV0.640.19
SyracuseNY0.640.16
DetroitMI0.650.19
HartfordCT0.650.17
Fort WorthTX0.660.19
HoustonTX0.660.21
RochesterNY0.660.18
WilmingtonDE0.660.19
El PasoTX0.670.21
TucsonAZ0.670.25
Winston-SalemNC0.670.21
Albany-SchenectadyNY0.680.2
AlbuquerqueNM0.680.16
CamdenNJ0.680.16
CharlotteNC0.680.21
ColumbusOH0.680.21
GreensboroNC0.680.19
Kansas CityMO-KS0.680.19
Phoenix-Mesa-ScottsdaleAZ0.680.18
RichmondVA0.680.19
SarasotaFL0.680.16
Tampa-St. PetersburgFL0.680.21
Warren-Troy-Farmington HillsMI0.680.18
BaltimoreMD0.690.17
CharlestonSC0.690.18
DallasTX0.690.21
Fort LauderdaleFL0.690.2
GreenvilleSC0.690.2
RiversideCA0.690.2
Silver SpringMD0.690.17
St. LouisMO-IL0.690.18
TacomaWA0.690.22
Virginia Beach-NorfolkVA0.690.22
Allentown-Bethlehem-EastonPA-NJ0.70.19
BirminghamAL0.70.2
BuffaloNY0.70.16
KenoshaWI0.70.21
MemphisTN0.70.21
MiamiFL0.70.18
MilwaukeeWI0.70.2
New HavenCT0.70.2
NewarkNJ0.70.16
ProvidenceRI0.70.19
San AntonioTX0.70.19
CambridgeMA0.710.17
DenverCO0.710.19
JacksonvilleFL0.710.2
NashvilleTN0.710.18
OmahaNE0.710.17
OrlandoFL0.710.18
PhiladelphiaPA0.710.19
PittsburghPA0.710.19
SacramentoCA0.710.2
AtlantaGA0.720.2
Indianapolis-CarmelIN0.720.2
Louisville/Jefferson CountyKY-IN0.720.18
AkronOH0.730.19
AustinTX0.730.18
BoiseID0.730.2
Cape Coral-Fort MyersFL0.730.15
DaytonOH0.730.19
Minneapolis-St. PaulMN0.730.16
New OrleansLA0.730.19
Raleigh-CaryNC0.730.18
WorcesterMA0.730.17
AnaheimCA0.740.19
ChicagoIL0.740.19
ClevelandOH0.740.19
Colorado SpringsCO0.740.17
Los AngelesCA0.740.17
New YorkNY0.740.17
PortlandOR0.740.19
VenturaCA0.740.22
WashingtonDC0.740.18
West Palm BeachFL0.740.18
CincinnatiOH0.750.21
Grand RapidsMI0.750.22
Salt Lake CityUT0.750.17
BostonMA0.760.16
San JoseCA0.760.19
SeattleWA0.760.17
StamfordCT0.760.19
San DiegoCA0.770.18
Long IslandNY0.780.19
OaklandCA0.780.16
San FranciscoCA0.80.18
FresnoCA0.810.14
HonoluluHI0.820.22
OgdenUT0.850.15

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Prof. Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
Prof. Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is a publishing executive and economist who is the CEO and editor-in-chief of The CEOWORLD magazine, one of the world’s most influential and recognized global news publications. Additionally, he serves as the chair of the advisory board for the CEOWORLD magazine. He received his Ph.D. in Finance and Banking from the European Global School, Paris, France. He earned his Doctoral Degree in Chartered Accountancy from the European International University Paris, France, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design (KNUTD), Ukraine. Dr. Amarendra also holds a Master of Business Administration degree in International Relations and Affairs from the American University of Athens, Alabama, United States.


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