This would restore overtime rights to workers earning up to around $50,000 a year, which is roughly the current median.
Unlike most other telemarketers, they have a median net worth of almost $900,000.
median household income peaked in America in 1999, under Bill Clinton, at $56,080.
The median household income in inflationadjusted dollars back in 1987 was… well, what do you think?
The median total exemption rate was 1.8 percent this year, the same as in 20122013.
He did not see that his children had been brought up in the median fashion, by women and eunuchs.
The elytra are soldered at the median edge, so that it cannot spread its wings to fly.
median forks: in Orthoptera, refers to the forks of the median vein.
median shade or line: in Lepidoptera, crosses at or about middle of wings.
Mesal: pertaining to, situated on or in the median plane of the body.
1590s, from Middle French médian (15c.) and directly from Latin medianus "of the middle," from medius "in the middle" (see medial (adj.)). Originally anatomical, of veins, arteries, nerves. Median strip "strip between lanes of traffic" is from 1954.
"a median part," 1540s, from Latin medianus (see median (adj.)). Meaning "middle number of a series" is from 1883.
median me·di·an (mē'dēən)
adj.
Relating to, located in, or extending toward the middle.
Of, relating to, or situated in or near the plane that divides a bilaterally symmetrical animal into right and left halves; mesial.
Of, relating to, or constituting the middle value in a distribution.
A median point, plane, line, or part.
The middle value in a distribution, above and below which lie an equal number of values.
median

The point in a series at which half of the values or units of the series are higher and half lower.
In statistics, the middle value of a set of numbers or data points; half the figures will fall below the median and half above. (See average; compare mean and mode.)