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The hourly rate for contractors varies according to what skill set or specialty the contractor has. As of January 2015, general construction laborers earn between $9.46 and $28.32 per hour, according to the Bureau of Lab... More »

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As of June 2015, the average hourly rate for a general contractor in New York City is $25.21, according to PayScale.com. This is lower than the average hourly rate in other cities, including Chicago, Los Angeles and Minn... More »

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The average hourly rate for painters in 2012 was $16.92, which averages around $35,190 per year, according to the United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics. Most painters have less than a high school education, and th... More »

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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 negotiatio... 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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The average hourly rate for plumbers in 2015 is about $20, according to Salary.com. This equates to an annual salary of around $42,000. Hourly wages for plumbers vary depending on factors such as location, education leve... More »

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The average hourly rate for painters in 2012 was $16.92, which averages around $35,190 per year, according to the United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics. Most painters have less than a high school education, and th... More »

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