: ‘Tepid wage increases are part of the reason for the Great Resignation’: Most essential workers had pay raises during the pandemic — but many still cry foul over fair wages


Pay for essential workers is rising, but many say it’s still not enough. 

Some 29 out of 30 essential-worker roles in industries such as public safety, food service, construction, maintenance and social work had a pay increase from 2019 to 2022, according to a report by compensation management platform Payscale. 

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