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Pay Trends for Small Companies (0-99 employees)

Updated April 11, 2017

Often in the hands of entrepreneurs or families, small businesses with up to 99 employees are typically more flexible when economic shifts occur but can lack the deep pockets to survive a major decline in the economy.

Wage Growth for Small Companies, Q1 2017

0.7%

since last quarter

11.4%

since 2006

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The PayScale Index: Small Companies (0-99 employees) vs. National (US) by Quarter
Quarterly Compensation Trends for Small Companies (0-99 employees)
The PayScale Index uses 2006 average total cash compensation as a baseline.
Small Companies (0-99 employees)
National (US)

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Methodology for The PayScale Index: Trends in Compensation
The PayScale Index tracks quarterly changes in total cash compensation for full-time, private industry employees and education professionals in the United States. In addition to a national index, it includes separate indices for specific industries, metropolitan areas, job categories, and company sizes. The PayScale Index uses 2006 average total cash compensation as a baseline.

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