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Which of the following represents a situation where a worker is paid a higher wage or salary based on compensating differences?
A pitcher receives a higher salary after a season in which he records the most wins of any pitcher in the league.
Workers who provide security for the government in war zones are paid higher wages than those who provide security in less dangerous areas.
A textile worker is paid more than co-workers when he produces more units of clothing.
A retail clerk is paid a higher wage than the prevailing market rate in order to incentivize her to stay in her current job.
Corporate CEOs are often paid salaries that include bonuses based on the profits of the company.