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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. More »

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Most automotive repair shops charge a flat hourly rate for labor, and the amount of hours the shop charges depends on the type of repair. The price for replacement parts is a separate charge the shop adds to the total co... More »

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Mechanics use national standards stated in automotive labor guides to determine how many hours a repair should take when attempted by an entry level mechanic. Those hours are multiplied by the mechanic or shop's hourly l... More »

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While the average hourly rate for skilled workers varies greatly depending on the skill area as of 2014, the average mean wage for all skilled workers is $22.71 per hour. This includes a variety of skilled jobs from busi... More »

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As of 2015, the average wage for a United States Postal Service carrier is $15.51 per hour, according to a PayScale survey. The United States Postal Service pays different wages depending on the employee's role, skill se... More »

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The federal minimum wage in the United States is $7.25 per hour. This rate went into effect in July 2009 and remains the minimum wage as of 2015, though some cities and states have higher minimum wages. More »

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As of 2015, the average median hourly rate for a vet tech in the United States is $13 per hour. The majority of vet techs make between $9.88 and $18.20 per hour, giving them a yearly salary of between $20,000 and $38,000... More »

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