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How often do raises occur at U.S. Navy?


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Raises happen about once a year

Answered - Electronic Technician (Former Employee) - Various locations

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When you make rank.

Answered - Culinary Specialist (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Ranges from 9 months to 2 years

Answered - Information Systems Technician (Current Employee) - Andrews AFB, MD

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Yearly and by not much.

Answered - Information Technology Technician (Current Employee) - Norfolk Naval Station, VA

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There are exams held every year, if you can score high enough then a promotion is in order.

Answered - Aviation Ordnance Technician (Former Employee) - Everett, WA

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Dependent on your promotion and passing your yearly exams.

Answered - Shipboard Maintenance Electrician (Former Employee) - Mississippi

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Expect a raise annually with promotions based on personnel advancement.

Answered - Nuclear Engineering Technician (Former Employee) - Pearl Harbor, HI

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When advanced to the next paygrade, or after some years of serving

Answered - Fire Controlman / Work Center Supervisor (Former Employee) - Yokosuka, Japan

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Depends on when u advance and time with the organization

Answered - Work Center Supervisor (Current Employee) - Bremerton, WA

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Once a year.

Answered - Instructor, Culinary Specialist, Personnel Clerk (Former Employee) - Virginia Beach, VA ; Great Lakes, IL

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