Do you remember the feeling you got when you first started earning a real income? Well, hopefully today's edition can give you a small taste of that same kick once again!
- Your pay (noun) or paycheck is the money your employer gives you for doing your job.
A paycheck is also a check (= a piece of paper you exchange for money at a bank) your employer gives you for doing your job.
- 名詞の pay や paycheck は、仕事をしたことに対して雇用者から支払われるお金、つまり、給料のことです。
- (college students)
a: You should think about doing some construction work this summer.
b: What's the pay like?
a: The pay is good. I make about $20 an hour.
- What's really sad is that we were all expecting a payraise, and then we hear there's going to be a paycut instead!
- They've started a very clever advertising campaign telling men that a proper engagement ring should cost about three months' pay.
- Do we get overtime pay for working on holidays?
- My take-home pay (= the pay you actually receive after taxes, employee insurance contributions, etc., are taken out) is about 70% of my gross income.
- It's the 21st century, and yet women there still do not get equal pay for the same work.
- I'm not looking for a job that will give me the biggest paycheck. I just want to find work that I love.
- Do you think you could lend me 20,000 yen until my next paycheck?
May your paychecks be fat and plentiful!