The median hourly wage for construction workers is $14.02, which equates to $29,160 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Though many positions are entry-level jobs, workers can earn more as they gain mo... More »

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median yearly income for construction workers in 2012 was just over $29,000. Half of the workers earned less, while half earned more. The U.S. News and World Report r... More »

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Sanitation workers in the garbage collection industry make a salary that falls within the range of 18,770 to 57,760 dollars per year, with a median salary of 35,230. Sanitation workers who are classified as janitors made... More »

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Plumbers make a median wage of $49,140 per year, or $23.62 per hour, according to 2012 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The upper 10 percent of plumbers make more than $84,440, while the bottom 10 percent make l... More »

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a median wage of $15.81 per hour or $32,890 per year as of 2014 for material moving machine operators, under which overhead crane operators belong. Payscale.com reports that earning... More »

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Interior designers make an average annual wage of $47,600 per year, or $22.89 per hour, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The annual salary varies depending on several factors, including geographic locati... 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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