Pay raises for Texas government workers are extremely rare of late, an employee group maintains. “Most state employees did not receive any pay raise from 2009 to 2012,” the Texas State Employees Union says on a union Web page.
On the same page, the union says workers in Texas higher education have not drawn a statewide raise since 2002. But we did not delve into this aspect of government for this article. There is no central repository of pay raise data for higher education.
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Texas State Employees Union
Statement: “Most state employees did not receive any pay raise from 2009 to 2012.”