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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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Across the country, Coventry ranks 88th out of 323 for median annual wages.
When my wife and myself bought our little semi-detached house some years ago it cost us two-anda-half times my annual wages, it would now cost 10 times the average wage.
The tables show, for selected occupations, employment and the percentage of self-employed workers in 2016; projected openings, on average, from 2016 to 2026; and median annual wages in 2017.
John McDonnell MP, Labours Shadow Chancellor, responding to analysis from the Institute for Fiscal Studies showing that since the crash a decade ago on average peoples real annual wages are 800 lower, said:
At the moment CyBC employs 256 contract workers (associates) whose combined annual wages come to e1/47.9m; the state-run organisation also employs 85 full-time workers with combined annual wages of e1/45.3m.
(The annual mean wage is the estimated total annual wages of an occupation divided by its estimated employment, i.e., the average annual wage.) Arkansas employed 2,730 lawyers as of May 2017; 628,370 were employed nationwide.
The wage data cited in this article are estimates of median annual wages in May 2014, as reported by the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) survey.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that Alaska has the highest mean hourly ($23/ hour) and annual wages ($47,830/year) for transportation and materials moving occupations of any state in the United States.
The tables accompanying each of the sections highlight occupations that may offer mobility and their May 2013 employment and median annual wages, according to BLS.
* Pay average annual wages of less than $50,000 per FTE (inflation-adjusted to $50,800 for tax years beginning in 2014).
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.

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