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Published: Aug 30, 2022 4 min read
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The Great Resignation may be waning, but workers are still looking for a raise.

Since April of last year, people have searched for jobs that pay $20 per hour more than they’ve searched for jobs that pay $15 per hour, according to a new analysis from Indeed’s Hiring Lab. That’s a change from 2019 and 2020, when job searches on Indeed's platform that mentioned “$15” outnumbered those that mentioned “$20.”

Over the last year, searches for jobs with $20-per-hour wages have spiked more than 35%, while searches for $15 wages have fallen more than 57%, Indeed’s data shows. The portion of searches run in hopes of finding $25-per-hour pay has also risen.