Task wage
Task wage Task wage (Polit. Econ.) A wage paid by the day, or some fixed period, on condition that a minimum task be performed. When the workman is paid in proportion for excess over the minimum, the wage is one for piece-work. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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