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As of 2014, experienced longshoremen working in U.S. East Coast ports make $35 per hour. Novice workers start at $20 per hour. Include bonuses and benefits, and total compensation rises to $44.20 per hour. Full-time long... More »

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According to the 2012 United States Department of Labor Statistics, the average median salary for a boilermaker is $56,560 per year or about $27.19 per hour. A boilermaker career requires a high school diploma or equival... More »

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In 2012, the median pay of phlebotomists was about $29,700 a year, or roughly 14 dollars per hour, and about $21,400 for the lowest 10 percent. This is according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. More »

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According to the 2012 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, a psychiatrist makes an average yearly salary of $182,660, or $87.82 per hour. A psychiatrist's salary varies depending on geographic location, education, experience... 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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As of 2015, the average wage for a United States Postal Service carrier is $15.51 per hour, according to a PayScale survey. The United States Postal Service pays different wages depending on the employee's role, skill se... More »

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In 2014, the median wage of window washers, who are formally called window cleaners, was about $13 per hour, according to PayScale. On the lowest end of the wage scale, window cleaners earned approximately $9.50 and on t... More »

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