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Workers paid weekly have at least 52 pay periods each year. When the year has 53 weeks, as 2010 does, companies can decide whether to divide wages by 52 weeks or 53 weeks, as long as the amounts comply with state and federal labor laws. An expert quoted in yesterday's "Help Wanted" column incorrectly described the available options.

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