outearn

outearn

(ˌaʊtˈɜːn)
vb (tr)
to earn more than
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Especially when research shows that among box office hits, movies about women outearn movies about men.
In what should be a shock to no one, white men outearn women and all other race groups in the tech industry, while black women make the least, according to a new study.
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.
More than a third (36%) of Gen X women outearn their spouses.