subsistence level


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subsistence level

n
(Social Welfare) a standard of living barely adequate to support life
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subsistence level

nlivello minimo di vita
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After we have made decisions on the minimum wage, by district coefficients, after we took to deduce the statutory figures of salaries of state employees, we actually have sectors where there can be people who work and receive salaries below the subsistence level , does not remain, "- explained the head of the Ministry of Labor of Russia.
They had submitted that they were living below the subsistence level because they had not been given their salaries for the past 17 months.
They said that they were living below the subsistence level because they had not been given their salaries for the past 17 months.
The minimum subsistence level in 2017 was 4,900 som or $70 in Kyrgyzstan.
Targeted productivity enhancement programs will be introduced for farmers and livestock owners below subsistence level and for increasing production of critical food items mainly in the remote areas of Pakistan.
How they clung to life at subsistence level fascinated him.
So far, the average amount of the benefit for children from low-income families is 554 soms a month, or 13% of the subsistence level of a child.
Larger and more profitable informal firms should be allowed into the formal system in a way that does not require enterprises whose workers are kept at subsistence level, such as agrarian enterprises, to register.
This pension benefit can assist veterans, their spouses and widows/widowers to assure a level of income above the minimum subsistence level.
Located in the Faisalabad District in the Punjab province of Pakistan, Khushpur village comprises of a total area of 2000 acres of agricultural land, of which up until now 45 per cent has been arid and salty due to the lack of water supply, resulting in a community living below subsistence level.
Almost a year since it became a member of the World Bank Group, South Sudan, which got its independence in July 20121, still faces enormous challenges with virtually no or poor infrastructure, bare subsistence level agriculture, dismal human development indicators, and weak formal institutions of government.
When anyone who is struggling to care for a family and is dependent on benefits, has the benefits then cut to below subsistence level, what happens?