Definitions

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  • adjective Without a wage.

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Examples

  • America's jobless recovery is becoming a wageless recovery.

    Robert Reich: The Wageless Recovery

  • America's jobless recovery is becoming a wageless recovery.

    Robert Reich: The Wageless Recovery

  • In another new study Dr. Sum found: "To date, through the first quarter of 2011, the nation's recovery from the 2007-2009 recession is both a jobless and a wageless recovery… The only major beneficiaries of the recovery have been corporate profits and the stock market and its shareholders," with workers and their families left behind.

    Marian Wright Edelman: Bounced Checks From America's Bank of Opportunity

  • America's jobless recovery is becoming a wageless recovery.

    Robert Reich: The Wageless Recovery

  • In another new study Dr. Sum found: "To date, through the first quarter of 2011, the nation's recovery from the 2007-2009 recession is both a jobless and a wageless recovery… The only major beneficiaries of the recovery have been corporate profits and the stock market and its shareholders," with workers and their families left behind.

    Marian Wright Edelman: Bounced Checks From America's Bank of Opportunity

  • In another new study Dr. Sum found: "To date, through the first quarter of 2011, the nation's recovery from the 2007-2009 recession is both a jobless and a wageless recovery… The only major beneficiaries of the recovery have been corporate profits and the stock market and its shareholders," with workers and their families left behind.

    Marian Wright Edelman: Bounced Checks From America's Bank of Opportunity

  • In another new study Dr. Sum found: "To date, through the first quarter of 2011, the nation's recovery from the 2007-2009 recession is both a jobless and a wageless recovery… The only major beneficiaries of the recovery have been corporate profits and the stock market and its shareholders," with workers and their families left behind.

    Marian Wright Edelman: Bounced Checks From America's Bank of Opportunity

  • In another new study Dr. Sum found: "To date, through the first quarter of 2011, the nation's recovery from the 2007-2009 recession is both a jobless and a wageless recovery… The only major beneficiaries of the recovery have been corporate profits and the stock market and its shareholders," with workers and their families left behind.

    Marian Wright Edelman: Bounced Checks From America's Bank of Opportunity

  • In another new study Dr. Sum found: "To date, through the first quarter of 2011, the nation's recovery from the 2007-2009 recession is both a jobless and a wageless recovery… The only major beneficiaries of the recovery have been corporate profits and the stock market and its shareholders," with workers and their families left behind.

    Marian Wright Edelman: Bounced Checks From America's Bank of Opportunity

  • In another new study Dr. Sum found: "To date, through the first quarter of 2011, the nation's recovery from the 2007-2009 recession is both a jobless and a wageless recovery… The only major beneficiaries of the recovery have been corporate profits and the stock market and its shareholders," with workers and their families left behind.

    Marian Wright Edelman: Bounced Checks From America's Bank of Opportunity

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