well-paid


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well-paid

adj (well paid when postpositive)
receiving or involving good remuneration
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well-paid

adjective lucrative, paying, profitable, productive, fruitful, high-income, money-making, gainful, remunerative I have an interesting, well-paid job with good career prospects.
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well-paid

[ˌwelˈpeɪd] ADJbien pagado, bien retribuido

well-paid

حَسْنُ الدَخْل dobře placený velbetalt gut bezahlt καλοπληρωμένος bien pagado hyväpalkkainen bien payé dobro plaćen ben pagato いい給料を取っている 보수가 좋은 goedbetaald godt betalt dobrze płatny bem pago хорошо оплачиваемый välbetald ซึ่งให้เงินเดือนสูง yüksek maaşlı được trả lương cao 工资高的
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Britain is still a class-ridden society, in which most people in well-paid or prestigious jobs grew up in households where a parent was equally successful.
Tim Roache, GMB regional secretary for Yorkshire, said: "This analysis shows that parts of the region have not yet managed to replace the well-paid, highly-skilled manufacturing jobs that were lost or develop new well-paid highly skilled service jobs.
What we really need back is quality, skilled, well-paid manufacturing jobs to replace those just lost.
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2 city is Seattle, home to thousands of well-paid technology professionals who work at Microsoft Corp.
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And there has been much criticism that many of the well-paid jobs of the past are being replaced with less well rewarded positions in the service sector.
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I think this is the beginning of turning [those jobs] into well-paid jobs with training and benefits.
Three months later, inspired by his `first experience of reconciliation with a brother enemy', one of the Cambodians resigned from a well-paid job in Paris to go to Cambodia and work full-time for a political party to sustain the reconciliation process going on under the UN umbrella.