In 2014, the National Football League's Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders earned $150 for each home game. The 36-to-39 member squad works under a yearlong contract and, in the past, the members weren't paid for attending rehearsals; now, the Dallas Cowboys organization pays the cheerleaders for practice, but does not state how much.
Being a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader is a part-time job. These champions of "America's Team" are not paid for photo shoots. They also don't receive insurance should they get injured. However, they do receive compensation for some promotional appearances and shows; the organization does not specify how much it pays for these services.