Immigrants' wage rates
increased in the late 1990s, but only half as quickly as natives' wage rates
--The Urban Institute
If the Bank of England can cut interest rates then the Low Pay Commission could follow suit and boost the minimum wage rates
which low paid workers could spend on food and fuel to stimulate the economy.
, seeks to provide an analysis of nursing wage movements across a selection of key classification levels in the public hospital, private hospital and aged care sectors.
, with the Mexican wage rate
adjusted using the exchange rate to U.
Chase the lowest wage rates
, wherever they may be in the world, according to this mind-set.
A GOVERNMENT department has been forced to alter its website after it was revealed that it contained the wrong minimum wage rates
for foreign workers.
Recipients of federal government contracts for services are subject to wage, hour, benefits, and safety and health standards under the McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act (SCA) of 1965, as amended, which specifies wage rates
and other labor standards for employees of contractors.
California employers still must pay employees the higher of the state and federal minimum wage rates
, and California's rate historically has been higher.
If immigration does not hurt native workers because, as some people are fond of saying, immigrants "take jobs that Americans won't do," the wage rates
of natives should not be affected by immigration.
Collective bargaining agreements and past wage agreements by local governments with labor organizations are typical means to determine the prevailing wage rates
This advantage derives in part from the lower production costs of these countries, mostly the result of a wide disparity in metalcasting wage rates
Health and Retirement Study, linked to longitudinal Social Security earnings data, they first found that breast cancer survivors were less likely to be employed, but if employed worked more hours and had higher earnings and wage rates