The Chicago Tribune reported on October 4, 2012, that technology, finance and administrative workers are among the professionals who are likely to be making more money next year. A report from staffing resource company Robert Half Management Resources (company profile in the video above) said mobile applications developers will earn an average of 9 percent more in 2013, technology employees can expect a 5.3 percent boost, and accounting and finance professionals will see an average 3.3 percent increase. The Menlo Pak, a California firm, also said administrative and office support positions will see a 3.5 percent pay boost, according to the Tribune.
A separate report issued in July by management consulting firm Hay Group predicted that American workers will see a median 3 percent pay raise, according to the Tribune. However, the group noted that salary increases between 3.5 and 4 percent were common before the recession, and the expected 3 percent median raise will not do much in the face of inflation.
The Commerce Department reported that personal income grew only 0.1 percent in August, the same amount as July. Furthermore, the savings rate slipped to 3.7 percent of after-tax income after reaching 4.1 percent the previous month, the Los Angeles Times reported.
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