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earner in Employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishearnerearn‧er /ˈɜːnə $ ˈɜːrnər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 BEsomeone who earns money for the job that they dohigh/low/average earner 🔊 Private childcare is still too expensive for the average earner. 🔊 He is the only wage earner in the family.2 a business or activity which makes a profit 🔊 the country’s biggest export earner3 a nice little earner
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earnerThey have always offered special deals to attract students because they know that they are tomorrow's higher earners.They were contributors to a family wage rather than independent earners, but they were not members of a family unit of production.Breadwinner wives who are the couple's sole earners are a rarity, wives are typically joint but secondary earners.In this case, inaction is bad news for wage earners.Minimum wage earners, Kerry said, make about $ 8,500 in a year.A family whose wage earners are without medical coverage can lose everything when a child becomes seriously ill.high/low/average earnerFirstly, of course, because it only affects high earners, i.e. those earning more than £75,000 a year.For an average earner, that will be 16 years of collecting a monthly check worth about $ 4,247.Provide generous exemptions that help lower earners.In many instances, such arrangements would only be within the means of high earners.They have always offered special deals to attract students because they know that they are tomorrow's higher earners.But the highest earner in 1995 was the Eagles with $ 63 million, according to Pollstar.The highest earners have the most confidence in themselves, while those currently without a steady relationship are relatively lacking in confidence.Husbands are usually higher earners than their wives and their jobs or carers take precedence over those of women.