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wage

Economics the portion of the national income accruing to labour as earned income, as contrasted with the unearned income accruing to capital in the form of rent, interest, and dividends
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The market-level AHWs are higher than they would be if the hourly wages were simply averaged across all hospitals in the market.
The vast diffusion of computers thus actually occurred during a time when hourly wage rates were no longer growing more unequal.
The same manager earning $65,000 per year who puts in 50 hours a week, receives an hourly wage of $27.
In the cities of Western Europe and North America, workers in 14 representative professions earn a gross hourly wage averaging USD 18; in the Eastern European and Asian cities examined, the figure was only USD 4 to 5.
Bulgaria's Social Policy and Labor Minister, Totyu Mladenov, supports the proposal of introducing a minimum hourly wage in Bulgaria.
The new contract includes hourly wage increases of 21 percent to 41 percent, increased health benefits, pension funds and new health and safety language.
11 Average hourly wages in the furniture and fixtures industry as a percent share of average hourly earnings in total manufacturing, 1984 to 2004.
In addition, the survey found that a large portion of healthcare executives feel it is unlikely they will reach sufficient staffing levels in the near term, despite efforts to attract nurses through increased hourly wages and referral bonuses.
Five exotic dancers from the San Fernando Valley are taking on the state's strip-club industry, filing a class-action lawsuit this week that demands hourly wages, disability insurance and other benefits.
First Place Winner: After using API's ActiveStaffer(R) staffing/scheduling solution for only 11 months, Metropolitan Health reduced the time needed for nurses to schedule shifts by 1,344 hours across 14 nursing units, resulting in a $31,000 savings in hourly wages.