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 »

While it is illegal to sell organs as of 2015, there are a number of legal ways for humans to sell organic material, such as use of a womb, breast milk, blood plasma and sex cells, according to Bankrate. Other methods of... More »

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The advantages of joining a space exploration program as a scientist or an astronaut include the satisfaction of solving an intellectual challenge, the high salary and the adventurous experience. Some of the cons are tha... More »

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 »

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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In 2011, elected officials of the United States earned salaries that ranged from $13,797 to $400,000, according to the Houston Chronicle. Salaries vary widely at the local, state and federal levels. More »

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Canadian TV salaries are generally lower than TV salaries in the United States due to the lack of major stars in Canadian television. However, Canadian TV salaries are still high-paying compared to many other jobs, as of... More »

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