Good News for Employees! Expected to increase by 8.13% in 2022, there will be bumper jump in salary, know details here

Out of 17 sectors, 14 sectors have indicated a single digit growth in salaries, ie less than 10, the average salary increase will be around 8.13 percent.


Salary Hike 2022. There is great news for the employees working in the private sector (Employees Salary Hike 2022). This year, the average salary increase in 2022 is estimated to be 8.13 percent. This will lead to a big jump in the salary of the employees. This has been disclosed in the Jobs and Salary Primer report presented by TeamLease for the fiscal year 2022.

According to TeamLease’s ‘The Jobs and Salary Primer Report’ for the financial year 2021-22, the annual salary of all employees working in the private sector may increase by 8.13 percent in 2022 as compared to the last two years. Is. However, this increment will be limited. Out of 17 sectors in the report, 14 sectors have expected a salary increase of less than 10 per cent. At the same time, the average increment has been estimated to be 8.13 percent.

This Jobs and Salary Primer report presented by TeamLease for the fiscal year 2022 has been prepared on the study of salaries received by more than 2.63 lakh employees in 17 sectors and 9 cities. I have indicated a single digit growth in the salary i.e. less than 10 the average salary increase will be around 8.13 percent.
In this, e-commerce, technology startups, health and IT sectors have the highest growth potential of more than 10 percent. On the basis of the same geographical location, the salary of private sector employees of Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Pune may see more increase.

Salary growth in these sectors is less than 10%

Same agro & agro chemicals, automobile & allied, banking, financial services & insurance, BPO & IT enabled services, construction & real estate, educational services, fast moving consumer goods, fast growing consumer goods, hospitality, industrial manufacturing and allied Sectors such as , media and entertainment, power and energy, retail and telecom are expected to grow below 10%.

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