Credit Karma report highlights employee concerns about wages and inflation

This probably will only exacerbate the “Great Resignation” challenge facing many employers.

A new report from Charlotte-based Credit Karma finds that two-thirds of U.S. workers don’t believe they’re being paid enough to combat rising costs due to inflation. The report also found that while one in three women reported they believed they were underpaid, one in four men said the same.  Overall, three in ten workers said they were not paid fairly at work.

According to the Credit Karma analysis of survey data gathered by a third party on behalf of the company, 71 percent of American workers reported a belief that it was important for their employer to prioritize pay equity and another 74 percent of workers said they prioritize salary when looking for a new job or opportunity.

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