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Most People Don't Negotiate Due to Fear & Lack of Skills

How Many People Negotiate During Performance Reviews?

Our survey results indicate employees are much more willing to negotiate the initial job offering than seek a raise during an annual review.

Only 12 percent of people make a point to always negotiate during a review, while a whopping 44 percent say they never bring up the subject of raises. The majority are somewhere in the middle and say they sometimes negotiate during an annual review.

But if you've performed admirably in your job and present a solid case for a raise to your employer, asking for a raise during your review can often yield a bump in pay.