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"starting salary" in British English

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starting salarynoun [C]

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the ​amount of ​moneyreceived when ​starting a ​particulartype of ​job for the first ​time: My ​startingsalary as a ​newlyqualifiedteacher wasn't enough to ​support a ​family.
(Definition of starting salary from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"starting salary" in Business English

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starting salarynoun [C]

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HR, WORKPLACE the ​annualsalary for an ​employee who is ​starting a ​job with a ​company: a high/​low/​averagestartingsalary First-year ​trainees can expect a ​startingsalary of $28,000.
(Definition of starting salary from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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