According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median hourly wage for a professional singer was $23.50 in 2012. The term "median" indicates that half of the singers made less than this amount, and half made more.
A:The median hourly wage for construction workers is $14.02, which equates to $29,160 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Though many positions are entry-level jobs, workers can earn more as they gain more experience in the field.
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:A NASCAR mechanic makes between $45,000 and $65,000 per year at an entry-level position, as of 2014. With more experience, engineers and shock technicians make near $100,000 annually. Mechanics who double as pit crew members that climb over the wall during a race can earn $150,000 or more in a year, according to Hot Rod Magazine.
A:The Bureau of Labor Statistics categorizes car designers under the broader category of industrial designers and states a median income of $59,610 a year. However, this amount can vary greatly, depending on experience, location and the hiring company.
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:Maryland Worker's Compensation data shows that the average final settlement for back injuries in Maryland is $33,748. Most back injury claims in Maryland are for isolated back injuries and combination back injuries, which include the neck, shoulder, knees and leg areas. The agency's data shows that individual back injury settlements ranged up to more than $400,000.
A:The amount of money a hotel owner makes is largely dependent on how involved she chooses to be in the company. The owner may hire herself as the general manager of her own hotel. Salaries vary on the location and the success of the hotel, but general managers of top-rated hotels can earn between $150,000 and $250,000 a year, according to CNN Money.
A:The average starting salary for a car designer at a major company is around $50,000 per year, according to the Automotive Design Executive Recruitment service Autovision. Salaries vary considerably depending on factors such as talent, location and experience.
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:The President of the United States earns $400,000 per year. This is an increase over the $200,000-year salary that was paid from 1969 to 2001; the increase was signed into law by President George W. Bush.
A:According to CNN Money in 2010, the average salary of a horticulturist was $35,000 per year with the mid-career pay being around $50,800 per year. A degree in horticulture can prepare you for a variety of careers including sales, research and even grounds keeping.
A:"Circa" means "at" or "about," so in connection to a salary, it means "about" or "near" a certain salary. "Circa" is often used when referring to the dates of historical events that are only approximate, such as "the battle happened circa 1400."
A:As of 2014, the average salary of a general surgeon, a surgeon who does not specialize in any branch of surgery, is $265,000 per year, or $5,096 per week, according to Chron. This figure varies according to region and practice setting.
A:According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median hourly wage for a professional singer was $23.50 in 2012. The term "median" indicates that half of the singers made less than this amount, and half made more.
A:The minimum hourly wage at Walgreens depends on the individual state's minimum wage and can increase, depending on the specific job requirements to $12 for hourly positions. There are 28 different salary ranges for Walgreens, and those ranges depend upon the position.
A:Semi-professional leagues are any sports organizations in which the salary is not considered sufficient to live on. Arena Football, considered the most professional among semi-pro organizations, pays its players an average yearly salary of $21,760 to $32,740. The average starting salary for an Arena football player is between $17,920 to $26,880.
A:According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median hourly wage for actors in 2012 was $20.26. This refers to the pay scale that falls in the middle. Half of all the salaries are above it, and half are below it.
A:According to CelebrityNetWorth.com, up until July 3, 2014, both Anthony Cumia and Gregg "Opie" Hughes received an annual salary of around $3 million. However, on that date, Cumia was fired by SiriusXM from his position as a host on The Opie and Anthony Show.