wage hike

NOUN
  1. the amount a salary is increased
    he got a 3% raise
    he got a wage hike
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How To Use wage hike In A Sentence

  • In the process, they even shaped the agenda, putting a minimum wage hike high on the national table.
  • In large part, an increase in the MW is a wage hike for high school and college kids. Waldo Jaquith - Minimum wage vs. gasoline.
  • But most economists now agree that the overall job loss from a modest minimum-wage hike is relatively small.
  • Employers agreed to pay on December 1st nearly the full wage hike they promised to give on April 1st.
  • Employers agreed to pay the full wage hike they promised to give on April 1 st.
  • The union demands a 7% wage hike.
  • Rebalancing means shifting some money from investment to consumption, and the vehicle for this change is a wage hike.
  • That is why he would refuse any wage hike now. The Sun
  • The union demands a 7% wage hike.
  • Donor agencies are also putting pressure on the government to control spending and resist demands for further wage hikes.
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