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How often do raises occur at United States Department of Justice?


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Annual cost of living increases; merit based promotions

Answered - Regional Counsel, Mid-Atlantic Region (Current Employee) - Annapolis Junction, MD

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Yearly pay increases due to locality pay

Answered - Visual Information Specialist (Current Employee) - Quantico, VA

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It varies. We may or may now recieved COLA. Depends on what the President decides. Special wage increases about every 3 years to stay competitive with Mayo Clinic.

Answered - Psychiatric RN (Former Employee) - Rochester, Mn

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Every three years.

Answered - Operations Support Specialist, US Marshal Service (Former Employee) - Springfield, MO

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Normal State government yearly cost of living and step raises

Answered - Information Systems Specialist 4 (Former Employee) - Salem, OR

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One year or some time 2 years

Answered - PRIVATE SECURITY OFFICER (Former Employee) - Falls Church, VA

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Once a year


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Raises were done yearly

Answered - Program Technician I (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA

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Once in 5 years

Answered - Oracle DBA and Systems Administrator II (Former Employee) - 1401 K st NW washington DC

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Ive been here for a little over a year and have not received a raise nor annual review. I have co workers that have been with this company for 3 years and has still not received a annual review

Answered - Program Specialist for Aurotechcorp (Former Employee) - Silver Spring, MD

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