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something justly deserved

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

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Under that, Pay & Benefits is your best option, although Tables will give you some interesting historical data, such as "Usual Weekly Earnings of Wage and Salary Workers News Release.
Thus, with the exceptions of transparency of information reported by governments, corporations, and nonprofits, finding an individual's wage and salary data remains next to impossible.
Younger people in the Australian Capital Territory ($43,218) and Western Australia ($41,586) recorded the highest average wage and salary incomes.
In 2009-10, Managers recorded the highest average wage and salary income of $75,749, followed by Professionals with $66,196 and Technicians and Trades Workers with $51,835.
Taking a regional view, Sydney provided nine out of Australia's top ten regions for the highest average wage and salary income.
Almost 15 percent of full-time wage and salary workers usually worked an alternative shift, including: 4.
The report includes projected mean and median, low and high individual wage and salary estimates, estimated competitive salary ranges, quartile-based range, tercile-based range, and salary differentials for ten U.
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.
For the purpose of the analysis presented in this article, workers will be broken down into two categories--self-employed workers and wage and salary workers--as follows: (6)
Next, the fatality rates presented are not completely accurate, because of the difficulty in definitively classifying workers as self-employed or as wage and salary workers.
0, wage and salary construction laborers a rate of 35.
In the last several years, lump-sum bonus payments in the services and the finance, insurance, and real estate industries have been unusual both in size and timing, and these payments have significantly affected the quarterly pattern of the ES-202 wage and salary data.
For the national wage and salary estimates, the fourth quarter 1987 estimate was adjusted to include an extra payment; the quarters of 1988 and 1989 were not adjusted because it was assumed that bonus payments in those years had returned to a normal size and pattern.
Research for the Geographic Assessor software and databases focuses on the presentation of wage and salary structures for each geographic area based upon consensus regression analyses of salary surveys, and also incorporates summary cost-of-living data from the Relocation Assessor software and databases.
Our salary structure analyses have been in use since 1974; the PC software to extract competitive wage and salary rates since 1987; and our COL analyses since 1989.