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Automatic Extension A clause in a listing agreement that states that the agreement will continue automatically for a certain period of time after its expiration date. In many states, use of this clause is discouraged or prohibited.
Average Annual Effective Rate The average annual effective rent divided by the square footage.
Average Annual Effective Rent The tenant’s total effective rent divided by the lease term.
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Of the children who experienced maltreatment or abuse, over 75% experienced neglect; more than 15% were physically abused; just under 10% were sexually abused; and just under 10% were psychologically maltreated.
www.nationalchildrensalliance.org
The perception that auto industry compensation costs for blue-collar workers exceed those of many other manufacturing industries is supported by data from the NCS data series on Employer Costs for Employee Compensation (ECEC). The ECEC indicates that average hourly compensation costs for auto workers in private industry were among the highest of any manufacturing industry in 2009. The auto industry receives a great deal of scrutiny in the popular press. This scrutiny was particularly intense in the final months of 2008, when a controversial assistance package of $13.4 billion from the U.S. Treasury provoked a debate on whether auto industry compensation costs were excessive.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Compensation costs can be broken into two categories: wages and benefits. In the auto industry, upward pressure on wage costs has been offset by downward pressure on benefit costs. In both real and nominal terms, benefit costs have been falling for auto manufacturers in recent years (except from 2007 to 2008), while benefit costs have been steady for other private industry manufacturers.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
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