Most Canadians are unhappy with their salaries and more than half plan to ask for a raise in 2019, a new survey has found.
That's down from 17 per cent from when Indeed commissioned the same survey one year ago.
The decline in salary satisfaction will prompt 53 per cent of respondents to ask for more pay this year, the survey found.
The online survey of 1,000 randomly selected employed Canadians was conducted between Jan. 8 and Jan.16 of this year.
The survey found that most Canadians would like to earn, on average, $12,000 more per year, Kasten said.
Excluding around 15 per cent of Canadians who are self-employed, 40 per cent of Canadians work for small companies that employ fewer than 100 people, said Bonen.
Recent research by the LMIC into the kind of labour-market insights Canadians feel they need, whether they're employed or not, found that better wage data topped the list. »