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something justly deserved

to engage in (a war or campaign, for example)

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Younger people have a lower average wage and salary income.
Almost 15 percent of full-time wage and salary workers usually worked an alternative shift, including: 4.
The second quarterly estimates are controlled to the same NIPA wage and salary estimates as the preliminary quarterly estimates.
In July, as part of the regular annual revision of the national income and product accounts, the 1989 annual estimates of the wage and salary component will be revised to incorporate four quarters of ES-202 wage and salary data.
The employment characteristics of today's self-employed differ in many respects from those of wage and salary workers.
The State estimates for quarters except the most current are interpolations and extrapolations of the annual estimates; the State quarterly ES-202 wages are used as the indicator, and the estimates are controlled, except as will be explained in the next section, to the quarterly changes in the national wage and salary estimates.
BLR has been publishing state-specific wage and salary data for years as part of its Employee Compensation in (Your State) service," said BLR President and founder Bob Brady.
In constant dollar terms (allowing for the impact of the CPI-U), wage and salary costs in the West fell 0.
Union membership of employed wage and salary workers, 1985
ERI's founder first developed the concepts related to the use of simple linear regression models for area wage and salary differentials in 1974.
8 percent increase in wage and salary costs from September 1992 to September 1993 was above the 2.
He concluded that while "it appears that extensive restructuring of branch networks and other adjustments in California substantially restrained employment growth at California banks," the employees who remained have fared well in terms of wage and salary payments.
3 percent increase in wage and salary costs from June 1992 to June 1993 was also below the 3.
3 percent increase in wage and salary costs from June 1991 to June 1992 was slightly under the 3.