The salaries of astronauts vary from $64,724 to $141,715, depending on several factors. Each individual astronaut's education and experience also play a part in determining earnings, and wages differ from agency to agenc... More »

Wrestlers in the various guilds and organizations which organize wrestling matches are paid on an individual basis and receive appearance fees and bonus pay in addition to whatever salaries they may command. Thus they ma... More »

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The average annual pay for a dietitian is $56,300 as of May 2013, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Dietitians help patients or food service establishments prepare healthy meals and purchase the right foo... More »

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Salaries for astronauts are based upon the Federal Government's General Schedule pay scale for grades GS-11 through GS-14. Grade GS-11 starts at $64,724 per year, a GS-14 has the ability to earn up to $141,715 per year. More »

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As a GS-11 pay grade, astronauts earn $64,724 annually, although pay at the GS-14 level is $141,715. According to NASA, the salary for an astronaut is based on the federal government's general schedule, with astronauts b... More »

Schedules for federal civilian employee wages and salaries can be obtained through the United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Services (DCPAS) websites. Depending on th... More »

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Top government jobs offer highly competitive salaries with the top 25 paying more than $50,000 on average each, and the top job of Astronomer paying an average of $116,072 in 2015. This does not include government jobs t... More »

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