The average salary of a mayor is $61,000 as of 2015. The salary of a mayor varies from place to place and depends on the population size of the town or city she presides over. More »

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Salaries vary for mayors across the United States depending on a city's size and location. Some small-town mayors earn nothing for their service, while mayors of large metropolitan areas can earn annual salaries of $100,... More »

In 2015, New York City's mayor, also known as its chief executive officer and magistrate, has a salary of $225,000 per year. The current mayor is Bill de Blasio, who was elected mayor for a term of four years at the gene... More »

In 2015, New York City's mayor, also known as its chief executive officer and magistrate, has a salary of $225,000 per year. The current mayor is Bill de Blasio, who was elected mayor for a term of four years at the gene... More »

As of 2015, the yearly salary for a U.S. senator is $174,000. Senate leaders, including the majority and minority leaders and the president pro tempore, receive a higher salary than other members. Leaders currently earn ... More »

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A salary is a fixed amount of money paid to an employee for his work contribution. Regardless of how many hours were worked, the salary amount remains the same. More »

A five-figure salary has five numeric figures, ranging from $10,000 to $99,999 a year. Most of the world's full-time earners in developed countries are in the five-figure salary range. More »