salaried

[sal-uh-reed]
adjective
1.
receiving a salary: a salaried employee.
2.
having a salary attached: a salaried job.

Origin:
1590–1600; salary + -ed3

nonsalaried, adjective
unsalaried, adjective
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salaried (ˈsælərɪd)
 
adj
earning or yielding a salary: a salaried worker; salaried employment

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Example sentences
Wage-workers and salaried people have a vital interest in the size of the
  families of those better situated in life.
And the atmosphere of intellectual squalor in which the salaried writer
  operates would offend his dignity.
These are salaried folks, not people making money from owning a business.
As jobs become scarce and employers become reluctant to commit to salaried
  employees this figure may increase further.
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