Aptitude Tests 4 Me

Reasoning
Most workers in the UK over the age of 16 are legally entitled to a minimum rate of pay, called the minimum wage. An independent body called the Low Pay Commission (LPC) each year reviews the rate and recommends to the government what it should be. With few exceptions, the minimum wage is the same for all types of work and all kinds of business. The current amount for people over 22 years of age is £5.73 an hour. The rates for younger workers are less. However, the following groups are not entitled to receive the minimum wage: workers under school leaving age, the genuinely self-employed, some apprentices, au pairs, armed service personnel and voluntary workers. Also agricultural workers have separate rates of pay set by the Agricultural Wages Board.

238. The Low Pay Commission sets the rate of the minimum wage each year

 (a) True (b) False (c) Cannot say (d)

239. The Agricultural Wages Board sets the rates for agricultural workers

 (a) True (b) False (c) Cannot say (d)

240. The minimum wage for all workers of 16 years old is 5.73 pounds an hour

 (a) True (b) Fasle (c) Cannot say (d)

241. All au pairs receive less than the minimum wage

 (a) True (b) False (c) Cannot say (d)

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