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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdifferentialdif‧fe‧ren‧tial1 /ˌdɪfəˈrenʃəl◂/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 DIFFERENT formal a difference between things, especially between the wages of people doing different types of jobs in the same industry or professionpay/wage/salary differential2 TEM technical a differential gear
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differentialIncomes policies eroded differentials, and trade union action was limited by long-term contracts.In this case pay differentials and inequality in society would be unaltered.At issue is a vast pay differential.Another major problem can arise in house price differentials.However, between grade categories there were striking differentials in income and other measures of socioeconomic status.Employees needed to know the wage differential and how that impacted unit labor costs.For such workers, the wage differential precisely measures their willingness to pay for safety.The wage differential between managers and workers is huge.pay/wage/salary differentialThat both sources of pay differential exist may come as no surprise, their relative size was not anticipated.Estimates based on wage differentials are also reported in a study by Robert 5.Employees needed to know the wage differential and how that impacted unit labor costs.Furthermore, I don't think the pay differentials in Grades 4 and above properly reflect the job's responsibilities.For such workers, the wage differential precisely measures their willingness to pay for safety.Wages as such and therefore wage differentials do not exist in many kibbutzim.At issue is a vast pay differential.