salaried

[ UK /sˈæləɹid/ ]
[ US /ˈsæɫɝid/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. for which money is paid
    salaried employment
    a paying job
    stipendiary services
    remunerative work
  2. receiving a salary
    salaried members of the staff
  3. receiving or eligible for compensation
    salaried workers
    a stipendiary magistrate
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How To Use salaried In A Sentence

  • Those cuts included 11,000 production jobs and 2,000 salaried jobs. Times, Sunday Times
  • I wore my summer suit pretty well through that winter, and the following summer experienced the longest, dryest spell of all, in the period when salaried men are gone on vacation and manuscripts lie in editorial offices until vacation is over. Chapter 26
  • The present analyses draw participants from the 2,877 wage and salaried workers.
  • On his discharge from the army in 1918 he had become an unsalaried lecturer at Freiburg and an assistant to Husserl, who had become professor at the University in 1916.
  • But Kuron insists he was no different to anyone else working for the East as a salaried employee with pension rights and holiday entitlement and as a result he paid too much tax and is due a refund from the West.
  • The carmaker will shed 1,000 temporary staff in Japan with the rest coming from salaried workers in the rest of the world. Times, Sunday Times
  • In public healthcare systems, physicians are often salaried employees with compensation plans that may act as disincentives for innovation.
  • The bulk of the work is carried out by a team of salaried staff. Times, Sunday Times
  • To maintain public order, the authorities instituted a regular, salaried police force.
  • The Scottish sculptor Michael Noble (who subsequently married the countess) and the psychiatrist Mario Marini were salaried by her as well.
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