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 According to the PayScale report, the median salary in the US is $59,838 for full-time workers and $70,569 for part-time employees.

It also showed that the median annual salary for a full- or part-timer is $43,739, which is slightly higher than the national average of $40,921.

In fact, the national median annual household income for part time workers is $44,914, according to the report.

The median annual earnings of full- and part-timers in the United States is $57,924.

The report also found that median hourly earnings in the U.S. for full time workers and part time employees is $32.10, which are higher than for full and part timers in the rest of the world.

The US average hourly earnings for part timers is $21.50, while the national unemployment rate for full timers is 4.5 percent, according the report, which was released on Thursday.

The median income for full times is higher than in many other developed countries such as Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom.

For part times, the average income is slightly lower than in the UK, the US and the Netherlands.

According to a 2015 study, the earnings of those with at least one job are much lower in the Philippines than in most other countries, and the Philippines has among the lowest rates of income inequality.

On the other hand, the Philippines ranks at the bottom in the OECD on the distribution of income between the rich and the poor, with just 13.7 percent of its people earning more than the country’s average.

Meanwhile, the country ranks second in terms of inequality between the top 1 percent of earners and the bottom 20 percent, with 12.7 million Filipinos living in poverty.

A higher average salary, more secure jobs and higher education can help boost a person’s future earnings and help people earn more in the future, the report said.

By 2018, the number of Filipinos earning $75,000 or more would be more than double what it was in 2017, and by 2020, it would rise to more than 15.4 million, the agency said.