National Wage

National Wage

The average amount that a person makes per hour. A national wage may be considered as a whole or it may be broken down by occupation. For example, one may discuss the national wage for construction workers in the United States. See also: National salary.
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They added the company valued the contribution its cabin crew made to the company: "EasyJet's cabin crew receive the highest pay in the UK airline industry with a total annual package of PS25,000 - which is in line with the average UK national wage for all workers.
A spokesperson said: "EASYJET's cabin crew receive the highest pay in the UK airline industry with total annual package of PS25,000 - which is in line with the average UK national wage for all workers.
Meanwhile national wage rises have reached their highest rate for nearly four years, the ONS figures have showed.
Adding to perceptions that some lawmakers are out of touch with the public, Rifkind had argued recently that parliamentarians must be able to supplement their income, already twice the average national wage, to attract the right calibre of person to the job.
The amount of money she is being paid for two and a half weeks' work is equivalent to someone working five days a week on the average national wage for the next 20 years The gulf between the haves and the have-nots is getting wider.
The Bank of England has halved its national wage growth estimate to 1.
3 billion) a year -- $225 for every man, woman and child native to Lebanon and in a country where the average national wage is $5,000.
Earlier in November, the National Wage Council (NWC) stated that it has employed foreign and Egyptian experts to study the impacts of the new law.
40 a day while undergoing "stage one" training, but their salary rises to a minimum of National Wage after that.
The party has demanded the troika of European Commission, European Central Bank and IMF lenders allow a national wage agreement to apply to all employees rather than just unionised workers.
Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has been advocating the break-up of national wage structures for NHS workers by introducing different levels of pay across the country.
While the rise in fees may present an unwelcome extra burden for those who have to pay them in full, maintaining the level of proper care for elderly people must not be compromised by a failure to meet proper national wage levels.

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