The average American employee hasn’t received a raise at their current job in the last three years, according to a new OnePoll survey of 1,859 American adults. Not surprisingly, less than half (46%) of those polled say they feel “somewhat recognized” at work.
Some 73% agree the gender wage gap is still very real. That said, half of Millennials surveyed are more worried about salary cuts (53%) than wage gaps (49%). Generation Xers and Baby Boomers have similar worries when it came to lack of job security (45% and 49%) and wage gaps (44% and 46%).