Salary in a Sentence

Definition of Salary

a determined yearly amount of money paid to an employee by an employer during a job

Use Salary in a sentence

Before accepting the position at the law firm, I negotiated my salary to be $3,000 more.

My preference is to be paid per hour because being paid a salary would allow my employer to work me as many hours as he wishes.

Since my salary was significantly lower at this job, I had to change my lifestyle by spending less money.

Sarah was grateful to accept a job with a higher salary and two weeks of paid vacation.

It was expected that when Bob was promoted to manager there would be an increase in his salary.

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