salaried worker

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Model specification: Table 1 shows that the sampled respondents' major occupation choice was broadly classified into three categories: salaried worker, or self-employed in agriculture, or self-employed in the non-agriculture sector.
1, WOULD REQUIRE EMPLOYERS, INCLUDING METALCASTERS, TO PAY OVERTIME TO ANY SALARIED WORKER EARNING LESS THAN $47,500 A YEAR, DOUBLE THE CURRENT THRESHOLD OF $23,660.
The man, who "had been fined before, maintained a high standard of living and had a salaried worker," was charged with engaging in "illicit economic activity.
Human capital models and empirical studies to verify them do not usually consider whether an individual is an hourly wage worker or a salaried worker.
announced a restructuring plan that will result in salaried worker cutbacks.
Arrested was Hideki Tsuji, a salaried worker from Kyoto.
The Kanagawa prefectural police identified the two dead as Hideki Iida, a 36-year-old salaried worker from Fujisawa, Kanagawa Prefecture, who was behind the wheel, and Tatsuhiko Kitamura, 31, a salaried worker from Machida, Tokyo.
Consumer loan per salaried worker in Kazakhstan does not exceed an average 4 months' salary.
The amount of spending money the average salaried worker has every month is traditionally decided by his wife, or whoever else oversees household and family expenditures, after he has handed over his monthly pay packet.
Their premium is far lower than many salaried workers in Korea whose monthly wage is paid after the government takes their income- and wealth-based monthly premium.