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County Adopts 2013 Budget

Posted: December 21, 2012 at 2:31 a.m.

More than 570 Washington County employees will get a 50-cent per hour raise next year after the Quorum Court adopted its 2013 budget Thursday night.

By The Numbers

Hourly Raises

What does a 50-cent hourly raise mean for more than 570 Washington County employees?

• The top 20 wage earners would get an average 1.8 percent pay increase. Those workers make an average $28.22 per hour.

• The middle 213 employees, or about 37 percent, would get an average 2.5 percent pay increase. Those workers average $19.65 per hour.

• The lowest paid 338 employees, or about 59 percent, would get an average 3.7 percent pay increase. Those workers make an average $13.36 per hour.

Source: Johanson Group

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