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The University of Louisville Athletic Association voted Monday to ratify his contract, which includes $400,000 in base pay and $400,000 in other media and public relations obligations.
According to Glassdoor's Local Pay Reports, median base pay in the U.S. rose 1.8% in September to $54,491, a slight increase from 1.6% in August, but well off January's peak of 3.5%.
Between 2013 and 2016, the base pay for a day laborer increased 30% in Houston.
Over the past seven years, through a byzantine array of longevity and performance bonuses, base pay raises and tax subsidies, Jurich collected total compensation of $19,279,710, an average of $2.76 million per year.
In recent years, Walmart has gotten the jump on Target by being the first to announce a series of base pay hikes.
The base pay issue has been a major sticking point throughout negotiations.
As a result, half of the firms have increased base pay for workers; 20 percent have boosted employee benefits.
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Definition of base pay for English Language Learners
: the amount of money paid to someone for work at a job that does not include any additional payments for bonuses, overtime, etc.
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