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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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The California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) regulates the prevailing wage rate, which is the basic hourly rate paid to the majority of workers in specific trades, classifications or types of work performed in... More »

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Common forms of salary payment include a periodic salary, such as an annual or monthly salary, an hourly rate of pay and a piece-meal rate that pays per task completed. Each form of payment has different rules that gover... More »

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The Doctor of Nursing Practice, or DNP, nursing salary in the United States has an average hourly rate of $50.Average annual pay ranges for a DNP are between $70,016 and $123,795, notes Payscale. More »

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The hourly rate for a handyman can range from $10 to more than $40, depending on the job, the skill of the worker and the area of service. Maintenance and repair workers reported average annual wages of approximately $35... More »

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