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wage = sing. 1. money paid for human work
2. the price paid for work, based on hourly, daily, weekly, or piece-work rates:
The daily wage of a temporary worker is &10.
He receives a wage of &50 a week.
There are: basic wage, entry-level wage, gross wage, guaranteed wage, incentive wage, living wage, minimum wage, net wage, time wage.
wages pl. = 1) regular income from emploiment, usu. paid weekly in an envelope, but perh. daily for casual or temporary workers.
2) the earnings of weekly-0paid employees who work with their hands or do the simpler jobs in n office, as opposed to monthly salaries earned by supervisors and managers.
salary = a regular monthly payment to an employee doing administrative work, esp. in an office, or carrying managerial responsibility. Salaries are niot closely related to the actuual number of hours worked or the quantity of goods produced by the employee.