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Quite surprised this year, managed to get a 2% pay rise (half the team got none) and my missus just found out she's got a 7.1% pay rise.

Not too shabby for her.

Is anyone else seeing evidence of pay rise freezes being relaxed?

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50%. But then that could reverse at a drop of a hat. I don't get the feeling from people I know that many are getting big increases.

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Quite surprised this year, managed to get a 2% pay rise (half the team got none) and my missus just found out she's got a 7.1% pay rise.

Not too shabby for her.

Is anyone else seeing evidence of pay rise freezes being relaxed?

7.1%, public sector?

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Took a 10% cut on my current contract from the previous one, largely down to the number of graduates from the Indian subcontinent moving into the sector. That's globalisation for ya!

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I moved job and got a 50% bump. Missus got made redundant just before finishing maternity leave, started her own company, got some clients, working 4 days a week, projected gross dividend for her this year 200% more than her gross full time earnings of 2007-08. Neither really pay rises, but we are doing way better than we were 2 years ago.

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Quite surprised this year, managed to get a 2% pay rise (half the team got none) and my missus just found out she's got a 7.1% pay rise.

Not too shabby for her.

Is anyone else seeing evidence of pay rise freezes being relaxed?

2.4% - though we wouldn't get anything this year.

What does your wife do - is she the hatchet-man for her firm?

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