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Annual Wage

The total amount paid in a year to an employee who is paid hourly instead of at a flat annual rate.
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Median annual wages for these occupations ranged from $18,710 for crop, nursery, and greenhouse farmworkers and laborers to $116,840 for natural science managers.
32BJ's standard annual wages and benefits based on their most recent contracts are approximately $67,500 in commercial buildings and $64,000 in apartment buildings, according to the Realty Advisory Board on Labor Relations.
West Lane Commissioner Jay Bozievich said if the firm is willing to pay $37,000 in annual wages, it probably isn't a call center, many of which pay lower annual salaries than that.
CROATIAN side Dinamo Zagreb have fined defender Domagoj Vida almost a quarter of his annual wages after he broke club rules by opening a can of beer on the team bus.
More than half the occupations shown had median annual wages above $32,390, the national median for all occupations in May 2008.
The figures confirm the bleak prospects for manufacturing workers, with annual wages rising just 1.
Payment services firm Voca said its Take Home Pay Index fell in April, with average annual wages inflation over the last three months recorded at 3.
Founded in 1996 by Mason, Marjorie Morgan, and George Whiteside (Morgan and Whiteside have since left), SDT is the only contemporary company in the Boston area that offers its dancers annual wages, albeit modest ones.
5 million in annual wages and a 30-cent-per-ton "host fee" to Hyde County on non-recycled materials.
com,a web site which compares salaries, said that on average men's annual wages are 24% higher than women's and rose5% over the year.
3306(b), FUTA is due on the first $7,000 of an employee's annual wages (only if an employer paid $1,000 or more in wages in any calendar quarter for the current or preceding year).
Under section 3306(b) an employer generally pays FUTA on the first $7,000 of an employee's annual wages, at a rate that can be as high as 6.

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