real wages

 Wages adjusted for inflation.

American business jargon. 2014.

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  • real wages — worth of a salary as influenced by changes in the index …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Real wage — The term real wages refers to wages that have been adjusted for inflation. This term is used in contrast to nominal wages or unadjusted wages.The use of adjusted figures is in undertaking some form of economic analysis. For example, in order to… …   Wikipedia

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  • real — I UK [rɪəl] / US [rɪəl] adjective *** 1) existing in the physical world, not just in someone s imagination or in stories Children believe that these characters are real. She had many illnesses, both real and imaginary. real live: I had never met… …   English dictionary

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