While the average U.S. worker saw their wages rise 2.5 percent over the past year, workers in these 10 cities saw a bigger bump, according to PayScale, a website that tracks pay data.
9. (tie) St. Louis -- 2.6 percent
9. (tie) Detroit -- 2.6 percent
6. (tie) Dallas -- 2.7 percent
6. (tie) Minneapolis -- 2.7 percent
6. (tie) Washington, D.C. -- 2.7 percent
5. Atlanta -- 3 percent
3. (tie) Chicago -- 3.1 percent
3. (tie) Phoenix -- 3.1 percent
2. Baltimore -- 3.5 percent
1. San Francisco -- 4.3 percent
Click here to read PayScale's city rankings in full.
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