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Wage Bracket

The range of potential wages a company offers to a person with a given job description. One's individual wage depends on education, experience, and even one's negotiating skills.
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Glafcos Hadjipetrou, leader of the civil servants' blanket union PASYDY, also disagreed with the freeze on salary increments, which are given to civil servants in certain wage brackets above and beyond the annual automatic and general pay hikes.
Representative samples of other wage brackets also showed similar levels of growth, with 4,522 Omanis reported to be earning between RO 600 to RO 700 per month, a growth of 15.
With Bayern boasting by far the most revenue and ability to purchase players in higher wage brackets as a result, teams like Wolfsburg and Stuttgart have both failed to compete as young players have made the move to Germany's top teams and the side has been left in free fall - the former finished last season in 11th place, the latter in 12th and fellow recent title winner Werder Bremen in 14th.
This may not be significant for those on higher and middle income, but it can be for those on the lowest wage brackets, argued Sana Toukan, research manager at Euro Monitor in Dubai.
I remember when I first heard that people in the top wage brackets lived five years longer than those at the bottom.
UK -- A Datamonitor marketing study reveals the surprising finding that people in Lower wage brackets are strong supporters of renewable energy programs in the UK.
The Finance Minister explained to legislators that no comparable records are kept of the wage brackets for the broader public sector as they are for civil servants.
Despite an increasing number of people falling into middle-class wage brackets, almost seven out of 10 people in Wales class themselves working class compared with 59.
According to SEK's Tambas, the unions have also agreed to a 10 per cent reduction in entry-level wage brackets, for a period of two years.
A salary structure introduced in 2000 acted against CPS employees at the top of wage brackets, most of whom were men, he said.
The freeze, however, would apply to certain wage brackets while leaving the rest intact.
Fewer than one in five women earn top salaries and almost half of Welsh women's weekly incomes fall in the lowest two wage brackets - the largest proportion in the UK.