According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median hourly wage for actors as of May 2012 was $20.26. The top 10 percent earned more than $90 per hour, while the lowest 10 percent made less than $8.92 hourly. More »

Broadway actors are paid a minimum weekly salary of $1,215. The salary may vary depending on experience and type of gig an actor is working on. The general employment of actors is expected to grow by 4 percent between 20... More »

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average firefighter makes around $48,000 per year as of 2013. Firefighters' average salaries vary greatly according to location, experience and industry of employment. More »

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the average yearly salary for bailiffs as of 2013 is $40,620; this works out to an hourly wage of $19.53. The median salary was $37,080 which means that half of the bail... More »

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As of May 2012, the Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the median wage for models at $9.02 hourly, or $18,750 yearly. The upper 10 percent of models make more than $20.91 hourly, and the bottom 10 percent make less than $7... More »

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As of May 2014, the mean hourly wage for painters in residential building construction was $18.24, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This equates to a mean annual wage of $37,940. More »

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As of May 2012, 911 operators, also called ambulance dispatchers, make $36,300 on average, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The bottom 10 percent earned $23,190, and the top 10 percent earned $56,580. More »

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