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  • noun

Synonyms for earner

someone who earn wages in return for their labor

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And this is why the product was named "Stable Earner.
This regression also does not indicate a significant difference in contributions between the earner and two-earner treatments.
Evidence suggests that women are the higher earner for almost a third of UK couples (31%) and two million working mothers are the biggest earners in their families, a rise of 80% in the last 15 years.
The advantage of the reduced-form approach compared to a structural approach is in the transparency of the modeling assumptions and the flexibility in incorporating changes in status from dual earner to single earner.
First, working part time involuntarily or voluntarily should not be conflated with being a primary or secondary wage earner.
For apparel, income shares declined for all household earner types, and real consumption per equivalent adult increased for households with one full-time worker and households with one full-time and one part-time worker and declined only slightly for households with two full-time workers.
The third section of this book follows the recent trend in family-work literature by examining decisions from the vantage point of dual earner couples, not simply individual female workers.
Senior adults, recent college graduates, and family wage earners soon learned the advantages of career planning and JVS earned its reputation for individually tailored counseling and placement services.
Others among the top 25 earners include Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS), Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) and Citigroup (NYSE: C).
Section III discusses the determinants of partnered female labor supply by sexual orientation and earner status.
Former France, Arsenal and Barcelona striker Thierry Henry, who plays for the New York Red Bulls, is the second top earner with a $5 million basic salary.
One player must select the highest wage earner from a group of eight, whose salaries range from pounds 2,500 to pounds 75,000.
Forests will function more as a buffer rather than as a foreign exchange earner.
This volunteer training package covers basic wage earner and pension earner returns and enables volunteers to certify competency online at their own pace.
Chief executive Byron Davies, at between pounds 100,000 and pounds 110,000, was the highest earner with four other senior officers picking up between pounds 80,000 and pounds 90,000 and another eight pounds 70,000-pounds 80,000.