Salariat


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Salariat

Persons who earn salaries (or set amounts of money each month or year) as a class. The salariat contrasts with wage earners, who are paid by the hour and are not paid for hours not worked. See also: Proletariat.
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The low-paid 'working class' and the well-paid 'salariat' have stable working conditions.
Below them - a long way below them in terms of income - is what I would call a salariat, i.e.
Paul Mason argues that the coalition of voters assembled by Corbyn's Labour 'is unique', being composed of former UKIP voters, mobilised younger voters, Green supporters and a large segment of the liberal salariat opposed to Brexit.
Par ailleurs, les prestations de services ecologiques pourraient presenter quelque ressemblance avec le travail que realisent les femmes dans la sphere privee, depuis les debuts de la revolution industrielle et le salariat generalise des hommes (125).
Surtout, elle rejette toutes strategies qui n'a pas pour objectif le refus de l'economie marchande, voire du salariat lui-meme.
Centre-left socialism is still in the anger-denial stage of grief; it has advanced no theory of its own ineffectiveness and produced no substantial account of how it alienated large parts of its voting base - both among the progressive salariat (salaried white-collar workers) and the traditional working class.
La population occupee, dominee par le salariat avec un taux de 69,8%, se compose de 8,66 millions d'hommes et de 1,934 million de femmes.