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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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In contrast, inequality in women's weekly pay has declined as the proportion of women working part-time has fallen, especially among those with low hourly wages (the opposite of the trend for men).
The declines in average hourly wages from 2010 to 2013 ranged from 0.
Only the Greeks, Portuguese and Dutch have had a steeper decline, the analysis showed, while in Germany hourly wages rose by 2.
Hourly wage and salary costs of Bulgarian employers increased by 6.
The issue was raised how to convert miles to hourly wage and benefits.
If we value each hour spent complying with paperwork at the hourly wage of a compliance officer, the total compliance cost for this one regulation alone is roughly $225 million.
Employment and mean hourly wages for workers in the 10 largest construction occupations, May 2010
Alaska careers in management, computer/mathematical sciences, arts/entertainment and sciences (life, physical, and social) receive wages at 19 percent, 9 percent, 5 percent and 3 percent below corresponding national median hourly wages.
Real hourly wages for non-supervisory private sector workers rose 11.
It contends that, since store managers determine the hourly wages of the employees they supervise, the accusations of gender discrimination should be dealt with on a store-by-store basis rather than on the national level.
Median hourly wages, adjusted for inflation, have dropped 2 percent since 2003, and we've seen an immense shift of wealth from the poor and middle class to the very rich.
Hispanic FC youth had significantly higher hourly wages after controlling for all other variables when compared to Hispanic NFC youth.