Previous salaries or earnings that have been modified for changes in the overall wage level in the economy according to a specific index. These are generally used in calculating pension-type benefits. Since wage levels usually rise over time, a worker’s previous earnings must be changed so they can be changed against with what the employee would have made at the current wage level.
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