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wage

noun allowance, compensation, earnings, fee, hire, income, meed, merces, pay, payment, quittance, rate of pay, recompense, remuneration, revenue, reward for service, salary, stipend
Associated concepts: minimum wage, wage rate
See also: charge, commission, exercise, fee, income, payment, perquisite, ply, recompense, remittance

TO WAGE, contracts. To give a pledge or security for the performance of anything; as to wage or gage deliverance; to wage law, &c. Co. Litt. 294. This word is but little used.

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Unison therefore renews our call on the Welsh Government to ensure the public sector in Wales is a foundation living wage rate employer, by providing the necessary resources to Welsh councils in the upcoming budget to make this a reality.
If the government increases further the minimum wage rate (for example to a level of [?
Al-Khouli also called for the creation of a new ways to for state workers to receive payment electronically, which he said will help facilitate and expedite the implementation of minimum and maximum wage rate laws.
In a statement in the Rajya Sabha on Monday, Ramesh specified the wage rate payable to unskilled manual workers working in various schemes.
The compensated wage elasticity measures the percentage change in a single individual's labour supply resulting from a 1 per cent change in the wage rate.
The productivity-adjusted real wage rate is the product of a set of systematic interactions between the price level, money wage rates, and the productivity of labor.
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Semilog earnings and wage rate functions based on the 2004 SPS: To be able to simulate how different hypothetical patterns of schooling attainment would affect the earnings and wage rate distributions, I need estimates of these relations.
Many of the conference participants believed that unemployment is the result of a lack of spending and that raising money wage rates would alleviate this shortfall.
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The agreement is retroactive to June 1 and includes across-the-board wage increases each year and better wage rate protection in the event of placement to lower-paying job categories.
Raising wages by as much as 30% to the currently prevailing wage rate of $18.