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You work in a job that pays $10 an hour. You also work 40 hours a week. Your _____ is $400 per week.
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User: You work in a job that pays $10 an hour. You also work 40 hours a week. Your _____ is $400 per week.

Weegy: You work in a job that pays $10 an hour. You also work 40 hours a week. Your gross pay is $400 per week.
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User: A worker's gross pay minus deductions equals _____.

Weegy: A worker's gross pay minus deductions equals NET PAY.
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User: _____ describe(s) the different levels of job and earning ranges.

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WAGE STRUCTURES describe the different levels of job and earning ranges.
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