outearn

outearn

(ˌaʊtˈɜːn)
vb (tr)
to earn more than
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(4) Part of this is because, on average, apprentices tend to outearn nonparticipants, and some apprenticeship programs have been found to yield better results than other training methods, particularly for middle-skills jobs.
High school grads outearn dropouts by 30 percent, and college grads outearn high school grads by 73 percent.
OECD data shows that in 2016, a male worker in South Korea would outearn his female counterpart by 36.7 percent.
Especially when research shows that among box office hits, movies about women outearn movies about men.
Women are outpacing men in education (57% of bachelor's degrees and 63% of master's degrees are earned by females), and 40% of women outearn their husbands.
On average, graduates with bachelor's degrees eventually outearn graduates with sub-baccalaureate credentials, but that's on average.
Entry-level men with baccalaureate degrees outearn women with bachelor's degrees by at least $5,000 in salary.
An analysis published in Tuesday's New York Times makes clear that, while wealthy Americans still outearn peers throughout the world, middle-income citizens are falling behind.
Yet in turn, it's important to bear in mind that when balanced portfolios average 8% and the withdrawal rate starts at only 4%, in the overwhelming majority of scenarios, clients will simply outearn their spending level, sometimes quite dramatically.
Leominster would also outearn Raynham by $731 million and contribute $300 million more in tax revenue.
Morgan should be able to outearn Wells again once litigation costs subside.
Washington, February 8 ( ANI ): Men whose wives earn more income are more likely to use erectile dysfunction medication than those who outearn their wives, even when the inequality is small, according to a new study.