wage earner

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Synonyms for wage earner

someone who earn wages in return for their labor

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The CDA engages in research, communications and educational activities that provide information and helpful resources to wage earners, employers, financial advisors, consultants and others who are concerned about the personal and financial impact a disability can have on wage earners and their families.
There is just too much money in this slush fund for Congress to change the system truly and fully benefit the wage earners whose tax money makes it all possible.
s surprising finding that the availability of alternative sources of health coverage does not increase the probability of transitioning from a wage earner to self-employment, it is important to reinvestigate this issue, using an alternative approach with a more recent and larger data set.
JVS agencies specialize in employment and training programs serving people with disabilities, those who are economically disadvantaged, refugees, and dislocated family wage earners.
Prices are beginning to respond to the demand for ownership, as middle-class wage earners want something to show for their payments besides a rent receipt.
Pius XI also identified a "family wage," one sufficient for a single wage earner to support a family.
This population usually consists of second wage earners in the family who are working for the "extras" in lifestyle (Felsen, 1990).
All this takes more skill and time than most low wage earners have.
Wage earner informality, in other words the rate of unregistered wage earners, was 22 percent in October 2012, and a large majority of them were working in nonagricultural sectors.
FOR PRIMARY WAGE EARNERS who have lost their jobs, private real estate investment, development and management firm New Boston Fund Inc.
One massive flight of capital from Mexico, in a few hours had halved the income of every wage earner and had led to the loss of a million jobs.
The newly released printable version, based on the CDA's popular online PDQ calculator, spotlights one of the biggest risks to financial security: the chance that a serious illness or injury may prevent a wage earner from earning an income for an extended period of time.
A minimum wage earner today needs to work a full day to buy a kilogram of meat, which costs about TL 25.
I WOULD like to take the opportunity to thank the Conservative councillor for highlighting the ``average- wage earner `` in his comments on Local Income Tax ( Jan20).
Or in their own language, when they accept that the pay rise a minimum wage earner picks up in a year just about buys one a decent set of fish knives, then all workers truly belong to the same class.