wage-earning


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Synonyms for wage-earning

working for hourly wages rather than fixed (e.g. annual) salaries

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of those who work for wages especially manual or industrial laborers

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particular, the survey showed that 20.7% of wage-earning employees contribute
As an advisor, you can ease the pressing financial concerns of younger wage-earning consumers.
However, these records only shed light on the experiences of some women: membership in the BPW clubs was selective--composed of wage-earning and self-employed middle-class women--and thus, was not representative of businesswomen in the province more broadly.
McMaster (Nipissing U., Ontario, Canada) focuses on the literary depictions and characterizations of young wage-earning women in western Canada during a time of rapid industrialization and urbanization that spurred equally rapid social changes for both genders in Vancouver (the city is discussed with reference to the West as a whole).
Yoffie said "stressed-out, sleep-deprived families" can benefit from abstaining from wage-earning work and reflecting on life.
The Maine Education Association (MEA) supports the law, but is concerned that averages are based on a family configuration of two wage-earning parents with two children.
Some have cost big fees and never played (Balaban springs to mind) but this bloke cost a fortune in the first place and had six good wage-earning years.
As for wage-earning households, average spending was 285,057 yen, down 4.3 percent for the first decrease in three years.
The lowest wage-earning group was Food Preparation and Serving at $9.32, with the Ushers, Lobby Attendants and Ticket Takers the least earning specific occupation, receiving an average of $739.
Of course, in some closely held corporations, the wage-earning shareholders have substantial discretion in determining their own salaries.
Wage-earning mothers of the Progressive-era United States shared a very pressing concern: securing care for their young children during their working hours.
Some stopped working in wage-earning positions altogether in order to spend more time with their families while others took jobs that allowed them to work out of their homes.
It was there, on Kensington Avenue, that my immigrant mother, who'd never held a wage-earning job in her life, decided to make those monthly remittances her singular preoccupation.
employment in this wage-earning bracket, many of these people undertake the roles due to personal circumstances.
Spending by wage-earning households dropped 4.4% in real terms in April from a year earlier, reflecting decreased overtime work as a result of slowed manufacturing operations.