Average Weekly Wage


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Average Weekly Wage

The average amount an employee makes in a week. This is used in calculating unemployment and workers compensation benefits.
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In accordance with Texas Labor Code s.408.047, the workers' compensation state average weekly wage is equal to 88 percent of the average weekly wage in covered employment as computed each year by the Texas Workforce Commission under Labor Code s.207.002(c).
When he started work 53 years ago, the average weekly wage in the industry was pounds 2.10s (pounds 2.50).
But the hardest-hit region is the North East, where the average weekly wage has grown by just pounds 22.30, to pounds 402.10.
The average weekly wage for nonprofit employees in Indiana is 19 percent lower than that of for-profit workers and 18 percent lower than that for government workers.
The average weekly wage within the Conference is around pounds 300 - pounds 400 for contract players.
A weekly benefit amount will be computed as 49.5 percent of the claimant's average weekly wage, up to 49.5 percent of the State average weekly wage.
Weekly benefit amounts will be calculated as a percentage of the employee's average weekly wage, with a maximum weekly benefit of $850.
Benefits will be phased-in beginning in 2018 at 50 percent of an employees average weekly wage, capped to 50 percent of the statewide average weekly wage, and fully implemented in 2021 at 67 percent of their average weekly wage, capped to 67 percent of the statewide average weekly wage.
The average weekly wage for a domestic servant was 16s - 80p.
The average weekly wage in Wales was pounds 472.10 in April 2007, 85 per cent of the UK average.
Adverts in the Record offered Hoovers for pounds 33 while colour TV sets cost around pounds 58 - a lot more than the average weekly wage of pounds 24.
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