Did you know that the English word “salary” comes from the Latin word “salarium”. In ancient Rome, it specifically meant the amount of money allotted to a Roman soldier to buy salt, which was an expensive but essential commodity.

It’s also the origin of the phrase of a person being “worth their salt”, meaning worth what you paid them.

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