According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, architects made a median wage of $73,090 per year, or $35.14 per hour, as of May 2012. The top 10 percent of architects made more than $118,230, while the bottom 10 percent ma... More »

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According to the 2012 Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average median salary of an architect is $73,090 per year, or $35.14 per hour. The top 10 percent of the profession make about $118,230 per year, the bottom 10 percen... More »

Architects' fees vary greatly. Architects traditionally charge based on their own set percentage of total construction project costs, with lower costs typically meaning higher architect percentages. Some do charge hourly... More »

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Chefs make a median wage of $42,480 a year, or $20.42 an hour, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data as of May 2012. However, chefs' pay can vary widely depending on the area and employer. It is usually higher at ... More »

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, veterinary technicians make a median wage of $30,290 per year, or $14.56 an hour, as of May 2012. Those technicians who work at higher-education institutions and for the state... More »

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According to 2012 figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the mean wage for embalmers is $20.31 per hour and the mean salary is $42,240 per year. The top mean wages for embalmers in the United States are paid i... More »

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LPNs, or licensed practical nurses, make a median salary of $41,540 a year, which is about $19.97 an hour, according to May 2012 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The upper 10 percent make more than $57,360, and ... More »

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