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Pinellas School Board approves 5% raises for workers

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5% raises approved

The Pinellas County School Board officially agreed Tuesday to provide pay raises for employees, such as teachers, service workers, support professionals and police officers. Board members voted unanimously to approve salary agreements with four unions. Teachers will receive a 5.6 percent raise, on average, while other groups will get 5 percent raises. The pay raises are retroactive to July 1.

Pinellas School Board approves 5% raises for workers 09/24/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 10:51pm]
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