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Minnesota employers plan salary hikes just under 3 percent in 2013

A compensation consulting firm's annual survey finds Minnesota employers plan to give their workers raises averaging 2.9 percent next year. That's smaller than the pay hikes before the recession, but it's enough to keep their workers ahead of inflation.
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A compensation consulting firm's annual survey finds Minnesota employers plan to give their workers raises averaging 2.9 percent next year. That's smaller than the pay hikes before the recession, but it's enough to keep their workers ahead of inflation.

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