big, generous, good, handsome, high, huge, large, top

Top salaries are liable for a higher rate of tax.

six-figure, seven-figure, etc.
low, meagre/meager, modest, small
competitive, decent, reasonable
average, median (AmE)
annual, monthly, yearly
base (esp. AmE), basic (BrE)
gross, net

Your pension will be based on a proportion of your final salary.

severance (AmE) (usually severance pay in BrE and AmE)

He is entitled to one year of severance salary.

pensionable (BrE)
pay (sb)
command, earn, receive

US tech workers command six-figure salaries.


Mr Kerry continued to draw his salary during the time of his absence.

boost, increase, raise

She raised his salary to $36 000.

cut, slash
double, triple
increase, rise (BrE)

The position is rewarded with a generous salary package.

hike (esp. AmE), increase, raise (AmE), rise (BrE)

The school district gave teachers a 12% salary increase.

band (BrE), grade, range

The salary cap will be set at $49.5 million.

scale, structure
bill (esp. BrE), costs
on a salary

It's impossible to bring up a family on such a low salary.

an increase in salary, a raise in salary (AmE), a rise in salary (BrE)
a cut in salary, a drop in salary (BrE)

Workers are being asked to take a cut in salary.

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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