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Given the lack of comprehensive explanation about the factors affecting the fair wage. This paper uses the analytical and descriptive method, explaining the eight components of the labor force characteristics that affect the determination of fair wages. In order to find the priority to those components: interviews with representatives from labor groups, employers, and academic experts were held in Iran. Thus, it became clear that to achieve fair wages, paying attention to all the features of the labor force is necessary. In other words besides the marginal product of labor (which has the third degree of importance), skill level, creativity, level of education as a sign of intelligence, duration of work or experience, seniority and responsibility in the work hierarchy should be taken into consideration as well. It should also be mentioned that workers and employers have different priorities towards each of the above mentioned components. So it is necessary to set up institutional settings to fill the gap between them.
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