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Synonyms for earner

someone who earn wages in return for their labor

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There are mixed results from Table 2 on whether the real consumption of households with different numbers of earners became more or less similar between 1960 and 1996.
Such a move could cause tensions between Fine Gael and Labour as Joan Burton's party believes USC should be retained for high earners.
Are you really telling me that the lowest earners have seen their pay increase by more than the highest earners?
In 2014, you would have needed to earn PS119,498 per year to put you in the top 1% of earners in the UK.
Percentage of 20-year average revenue earned Top 10% of earners 90% Top 5% of earners 85% Source: University of Utah.
Official figures show that between 2000 and 2013 the gap between the top 10 per cent and the bottom 10 per cent of earners in London rose by 14 per cent.
An analysis of official figures showed that between 2000 and 2013 the pay gap between the top 10 per cent and the bottom 10 per cent of earners in London rose by 14 per cent.
The research, which first began monitoring the size of the gap in 2000, also reveals how much the top 10% of earners across the UK bring home and how their salaries vary greatly.
We observe much lower contributions and more Nash play among the groups with either one earner or three earners than we do in the other groups.
UK families with female breadwinners have household incomes on average 28% lower than homes where the primary earner is male, according to research released today.
It is expected that low income earners in the US could be affected by auto insurance practices.
When paid details are excluded, the top 250 wage earners by department are: Police Department, 40 percent, 100 employees; School Department, 39 percent, 97 employees, and Fire Department, 12 percent, 30 employees.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The UK's super-rich, the top 1% of earners, now pocket 10 pence in every pound, while the bottom half have seen their share of the nation's wealth drop in the last 15 years.
0% of all employees in the European Union were low-wage earners in 2010, according to Eurostat.
Summary: Britain's top earners are set to receive a tax cut of more than Au100,000-a-year, Labour leader Ed Miliband will claim today.