Definition of earners

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  • eaners (0.0%)
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  1. Then the wage earners had the benefit of much of the money accumulated in large fortunes by having the free use of libraries trade schools reading rooms and an increasing number of philanthropic institutions which were equipped and endowed by the rich - Daybreak: A Romance of an Old World by James Cowan

  2. Investigations have shown that wage earners lose from their work an average of from six to nine days each year on account of sickness - Community Civics and Rural Life by Arthur W. Dunn

  3. In the Federal Report on the Condition of Women and Child Wage Earners Mr W P D Bliss gives a brief account of it - The Trade Union Woman by Alice Henry