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Going Rate

Informal; the current or prevailing price, especially of a major asset like real estate. See also: Spot price.
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* Many states publish not only county-level summaries of high school graduates, but also county-level college going rates. The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission, for example, found that, in 2012, counties with college going rates of less than 40 percent were surrounded by counties with rates of 50 percent and higher.
Richard, by email Biz replies LOOK around and check out the competition so you can find out what the going rates are and the firms that you are likely to come up against in business.
Many regularly perform salary surveys of "going rates" for jobs in your area.
Brokers are the best source of information on the going rates for development rights in a particular area.
Bryant recommends talking to a local real estate broker so that you can get the inside track on what's available on the market and what the going rates are.
Rents, though higher than those in New Jersey and Westchester, are a bargain in comparison to midtown Manhattanis going rates.
These mean some high-flyers will get no salary rise at all to bring them in line with going rates in the industry.
This report provides an estimate of college going rates by county for all 93 Nebraska counties for the high school graduating class of 2005-2006.
The recovery was weaker for UC, where college going rates now stand at about the same level as the late 1990s.
Further the author offers that the numerous national reform movements focusing on high schools can lead to more personalized and relevant learning environments for students--ultimately increasing college going rates and preparing students better for 21st challenges.