hourly hourly  /ˈaʊr li/


  1. (adj) occurring every hour or payable by the hour
  2. (adv) every hour; by the hour


  1. GM is immediately ceasing all corporate aircraft operations, unfortunately impacting approximately 50 hourly and salaried employees.
  2. So when one of them asks him to research a securities-fraud topic, for example, or breach of contract, he doesn't even think about applying his $395 hourly rate.
  3. A lot of congratulations were passed around by lawmakers a few weeks ago when the federal hourly minimum wage was increased to $5.


  1. Paille nets OT winner; B's even Cup series

    CHICAGO - At this rate, the Bruins and Blackhawks might want to appeal to the NHL for an hourly wage, with the standard time and a half for overtime. Because as evenly matched as these teams appear to be, they might not play a regulation game during these Stanley Cup Finals.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Worcester Telegram & Gazette

  2. Ralph Nader Scolds ‘Con Man’ Obama [Video]

    Ralph Nader apparently believes that President Obama is a con man. Nader made his feelings clear in the context of the lack of action on raising the federal minimum wage. He contends that Obama and the Democrats generally have only given lip service to boosting the national hourly wage rate. Nader’s remarks came at a... Read more » Ralph Nader Scolds ‘Con Man’ Obama [Video] is a post from: The ...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Inquisitr

  3. Wage, hour law went to FDR for signing 75 years ago

    A deadly airliner crash in California and passage of a historic hourly wage law dominated headlines this day 75 years ago.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Shreveport Times


  • "Any action we take must be focused not on the whims of lobbyists and special interests worried about their bonuses and hourly fees, but on whether it will strengthen our economy and help struggling homeowners," Obama told reporters after a...
    on Sep 6, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: International Herald Tribune

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