Will it change the amount of money my LGBT peers and I can earn?
Early childhood educators and social workers can expect to earn around $36,000 and $39,000, respectively.
The president should have said it would lead to a cut in overtime for Capitol Hill janitors, causing them to ... earn less pay.
A firefighter with a college degree can expect to earn, in his lifetime, $600,000 more than his counterparts without.
CEOs like Schultz can take massive salary cuts because they earn $15 million to begin with.
May be it is; but how can you earn a thousand dollars a piece so easily?
He was very glad to earn money in this way, since it seemed he was to have no fish to dispose of.
Certainly the commission did what it could to earn the thanks given.
But you know it is time I was doing something to earn my own livelihood now.
Of course, if I had my bread and butter and cigars to earn, 'twould be different.
Old English earnian "deserve, earn, merit, win, get a reward for labor," from Proto-Germanic *aznojan (cf. Old Frisian esna "reward, pay"), from *azna "labor" especially "field labor" (cf. Old Norse önn "work in the field"), from PIE *aznon "to do harvest work, serve" (cf. Old High German arnon "to reap"), denominative verb from *es-en- "harvest, fall" (cf. Old High German aren "harvest, crop," German Ernte "harvest," Old English ern "harvest," Gothic asans "harvest, summer," Old Church Slavonic jeseni, Russian osen, Old Prussian assanis "autumn").
Also from the same root are Gothic asneis, Old High German esni "hired laborer, day laborer," Old English esne "serf, laborer, man." Related: Earned; earning.
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