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Percentage of case ­managers who received raises up from 2010

Case Management Monthly, May 1, 2011

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The following are the highlights from the 2011 Case Management Monthly Salary Survey. We received more than 700 responses from RN case managers (51%), case ­management ­directors (23%), case management managers/­supervisors (16%), and social work (SW) case managers from all over the country. The ­overwhelming majority (96%) of respondents are women.

This month's article is the first in a series of three articles that will examine specific portions of the ­results. This article focuses on pay raises and reductions, ­overtime compensation, and other benefits.

More than half of respondents (70%) indicated that they have received a raise in the past 12 months.

That number is an 8% increase from 2010's results, which suggests the struggling economy may be on the mend. The percentage of respondents who received pay raises is relatively consistent across the ­positions polled.

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