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something justly deserved

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

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Real-term wage growth was also substantial in private sector jobs, averaging 9 percent last year.
The statement issued by the Labour Ministry further read that the apprehension that minimum wage of Rs.
The group filed with the wage board on June 6 a wage increase petition for a P184 increase in the daily wage to restore the purchasing power of workers of P491.
In Oregon, the current standard minimum wage is $9.
In particular, we explore three specific questions about how wage and skill distributions differ by firm type.
How much is the national minimum wage and the Living Wage?
Caerphilly had the lowest proportion of jobs paid less than the living wage, with 18.
Texas does not have a state-mandated minimum wage and instead enforces the federal minimum of $7.
For brevity, we call the "real average hourly wage" simply the "average wage.
Upon effectivity of this Wage Order, all private sector minimum wage workers and employees in the National Capital Region shall receive an increase in the existing Basic Wage in the amount of P15 per day," said Avila.
A drop in the minimum wage can bring about a degradation in the situation of low-skill employees, both concerning wages and employment.
Alaska: Supporters of an effort to raise the minimum wage turned in signatures with hopes of getting the issue on the August ballot.
To get a sense of how widespread are calls for a so-called "living wage," consider some recent news stories:
the minimum wage rate has been raised 22 separate times.
The National Insurance Institute publishes figures on the proportion of salaried persons earning the minimum wage or less, the proportion of salaried persons earning the average wage or less, and the proportion of persons earning more than the average wage.