But I was the architect of her fortunes -- the publisher, so to speak, of her book -- and, if anything, I am underpaid
For, as I says to Biddy when the news of your being ill were brought by letter, which it were brought by the post and being formerly single he is now married though underpaid
for a deal of walking and shoe-leather, but wealth were not a object on his part, and marriage were the great wish of his hart--"
Labor is dreadfully underpaid
. I never did a bit of work in my life, except to appeal aesthetically to Pharisees--I thought I was preaching the message--and yet I was worth half a million dollars.
Margaret weakly admitted the claim, and another claim was at once set up by Helen, who declared that she had been the millionaire's housemaid for over forty years, overfed and underpaid
; was nothing to be done for her, so corpulent and poor?
On his at length responding, he was shown by a miserably shabby and underpaid
stipendiary Philanthropist (who could hardly have done worse if he had taken service with a declared enemy of the human race) to Mr.
clerk in a small Provincial Bank in a third-rate English town.
She told digital magazine PorterEdit: "I've been screamed at and underpaid
and undervalued and treated like s**t but no one ever, luckily, propositioned me in that way."
Also, 70.7 per cent believe they are underpaid
and 52.2 per cent think that their employer actively avoids the topic of pay altogether.
Pay Rise THE underpaid
have had a pay rise, by 4.9%, increased with that is cost of TV licence, council tax and rent, As well as gas and lecky, prescription charges, too, plus water bills are set to rise, I don't think 38p will do ...
Aminister has apologised after it emerged an extra 30,000 ill and disabled benefit claimants could have been underpaid
. Sarah Newton told the Commons the Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) now believes 210,000 people could be due arrears payments as a result of failings linked to the transfer of people from older incapacity benefits to Employment and Support Allowance (Esa), an increase from the previous estimate of 180,000.
workers think they are underpaid
-- the same as eight years ago, when the nation was just climbing out of the Great Recession.