35% of workers in survey say they'll quit if they don't get pay rise

Exit Sign

If employers don't start giving raises, they may hear this message a lot in the upcoming year.

CNN Money reports that a full 35% of the nearly 900 workers surveyed by jobs site Glassdoor.com said they'd look for a new job if their boss doesn't bump up their salary in 2015.

Those most likely to walk ? Employees under age 35 and employees making less than $50,000.

But that doesn't mean more seasoned or better paid workers are just going to suck it up. A full 36% of those between the ages of 35 and 44 say they'll look elsewhere for a job if they don't get a pay hike, as would 31% of those making more than $100,000.

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I'm outta here! 35% of workers say they'll quit if they don't get a raise

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