In the U.K., doormen are referred to as door supervisors and earn between 8 to 12 euros per hour, although some may make more, depending on the venue. Door supervisors are also sometimes referred to as bouncers or door stewards.
A:The yearly salary for a neuroscientist can vary widely, ranging anywhere from $50,000 to nearly $200,000 per year, depending on level of experience and the field of employment. Individuals with a doctorate in neuroscience employed in academia can expect to earn between $50,000 and $100,000 per year, with some highly-paid professors earning up to $200,000 per year.
A:As of 2013, Bill Gates earned between $11.5 billion and $13.3 billion per year, according to Business Insider and GeckoandFly.com. The multibillionaire is so wealthy that experts say it isn't worth his time to stop and pick up a $100 bill if he drops one.
A:As of 2014, the average salary for a professional softball player is between $5,000 and $6,000, according to the National Pro Fastpitch league. Training camp begins in mid-May; the regular season spans through June, July and August and is followed by league championship play.
A:The difference between net pay and gross pay is the amount that is taken out of the wages for taxes, benefits and other voluntary deductions. Net pay is the amount that an employee takes home after deductions. Gross pay is the amount that the employee actually earns.
A:A special agent in the secret service starts in a salary range of $43,964 to $74,891, according to 2010 figures at SecretService.gov. These salary levels correspond to the GL-7 to GL-9 pay grades for federal law enforcement officers. In addition to this salary, a special agent assigned to a local field office typically receives a further 25 percent Law Enforcement Availability Pay (LEAP) for working additional hours each day.
A:A copy of a pay stub can be requested from an employer. Pay stubs are important because they prove income, and this is necessary when applying for unemployment benefits as well as for other personal financing reasons. Most states require employers give employees pay stubs each time they are paid.
A:Locate the gross pay under the "Total Earnings" or "Gross Pay" section of a paycheck and multiply the amount by 12, 24, 26 or 52, according to Cynthia Measom for the Houston Chronicle. Multiply by 12 if payment is once a month or 24 for a pay frequency that is twice a month. Multiply by 26 if the payment cycle is every two weeks or 52 for weekly paychecks.
A:As of 2014, the average salary for a limo driver is $25,000 per year, according to job site Indeed. Limousine services pay around $8 to $15 per hour. Some limo companies pay drivers a gratuity in addition to a regular salary. The amount of pay varies by company and location.
A:Super Bowl referees draw a paycheck of approximately $10,000 for their officiating work at the National Football League's biggest game. Getting the calls right and protecting the integrity of the game is so important that referees are appropriately and handsomely compensated.
A:An astronaut's average yearly salary is approximately $65,140. Throughout an astronaut's career, he or she can earn up to $100,701 per year. The astronaut's overall salary depends on the specific experience and job achievements as well the specific location of the astronaut's employment.
A:According to the job website Indeed, the average motivational speaker makes around $88,000 per year as of 2013. Motivational speakers' salaries can vary greatly depending on location, level of fame, number of speeches given annually, merchandising and other factors.
A:As of 2013, the median wage per hour for a mechanic in the United States is $17.65. In the same year, average hourly rates ranged from $10.06 to $29.43 per hour due to differences in work load and necessary supplies.
A:The money made by NASCAR crew chiefs varies depending on which driver they work for. Jason Myers, crew chief for Carl Edwards, is reported by The NASCAR Insiders to have made $150,000 during the 2008 season. Crew chiefs who work at the cup level often make a half a million dollars per year, while lower level chiefs make significantly less.
A:As of 2014, construction engineers straight out of school with a Bachelors degree earn on average between $55,000 and $65,000 per year. As experience builds, that rises to upward of $90,000, an amount that can grow even higher with advanced degrees.
A:Salary plus commission means that an employee is paid a small base salary regardless of performance along with a performance-based incentive known as a commission. Commissions generally take the form of a percentage of an employee's sales but may also be based on other performance criteria.
A:According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median yearly salary for construction equipment operators, including excavator operators, is $40,980 as of May 2012. This corresponds to an hourly wage of $19.70.
A:According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, marine biologists are included in the occupational category of zoologists and wildlife biologists, a group earning an average of $57,710 per year. This equates to approximately $27.74 per hour.
A:A typical hourly rate for babysitting as of 2014 is $10, according to USA Today, but this varies depending on experience, location and the number of children involved. The wage of a babysitter is often open to negotiation between the parents and the babysitter.