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salarynoun

  • ja給料
  • enmoney that you receive as payment from the organization you work for; fixed compensation paid regularly for services

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The Alabama native had a humble start in life
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as the son of a shipyard worker and pharmacy employee.
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When he was promoted as Apple's CEO in 2011, his base salary was $900,000,
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and has risen to $3 million in 2017.
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I am going to... double your salary
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This is what I can give you:
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No more janitorial duties, better parking spot, unlimited Mike and Ikes from the vending machine.
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And for salary, we're at $500 a week.
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Huawei takes on about 10,000 new graduates every year.
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They’re paid $1,600 a month.
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That’s about 2 to 3 times more than the average graduate salary.
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A 50,000-rupee phone is annual salary for a lot of Indian consumers.
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And India has the biggest, the largest young population in the world.
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They’re not aging population.
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I give them job.
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I give them salary.
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I already spent $5 million on this movie, Greg!
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Heard you got a membership at the sporting club.
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How much that cost you on a sheriff's salary?
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Yeah, well, it ain't cheap, John.
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The idea here is that people would come in,
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and what we want them to do is to be able to focus completely on product development.
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So, we’ll take care of the salaries, the health care, the benefits.