How much does a Norcal Ambulance Dispatcher make hourly?
The average hourly pay for veterinarian technicians is $15.18. Theaverage salary is $31, 570 based on education and experience.
Answer . \ndepending on the lawyers experince\n. \nLegal Aid lawyers get a base min..... 75.00$an hr\n. \nothers make 75hr to over 600hr\n. \non the avg,,, Lawyers earn 175.00hr\n. \ndepending on many factors of course\nif you are unable to pay your lawyer, I have been asked by one lawyer t…o paint his house in exchange for his services, Yes, I reported him. ( Full Answer )
Depends on where you live. That's true, it also depends on the demand and it depends on the economy. According to the U.S. Board of Labor Statistics, the mean annual salary for Nursing Assistants in the United States in 2008 was $24,380, which averages to about a $2031 per month. However, …in certain states such as New Jersey or metropolitan areas like New York City, the Nursing Assistant salary can increase to as high as $36,000 per year, or $3000 per month. Still, the Nursing Assistant salary is low compared to that of a Licensed Practical Nurse, the next step up on the career ladder, who will make an average of $43,000 annually, or $3583 monthly. That's almost $20,000 more than the mean Nursing Assistant salary. ( Full Answer )
I know as for me I live in California they can make up to $24 an hour. I personally know of people in the medical assisting field the pay here is pretty decent.
A chef if he or she is any good can make as much as $100 grand or more. It all depends on where they work. What kind of food is being served. 5 star restaurant chefs can write their own ticket sometimes. Which means that the company that they work for would pull the person from another place and off…er them the moon and the stars. They will get it to. ( Full Answer )
In Indianapolis, In the starting pay for a dispatch position is roughly $12 per hr. After 10 years here you can expect to make approximately $100000 year. in NM you start off 10.73- with out any certification
Salaries for fashion designers depend on experience, talent and exposure. Beginning designers can make around $50,000 a year, which is about $25+ an hour. Famous fashion designers can make millions a year, hundreds of dollars an hour.
Many valet employees at hotels make 7-10 dollars per hour plus tips, which can range depending on how busy you are and how many people are working to split the tips with. In an 8 hour shift at hotel in Omaha, Nebraska, I average 12/hour in the winter months and 15-20/hour in the spring through fall.… Also, the graveyard shifts are generally paid 10-11 an hour due to less tips and the odd shift. I work at a tribal gaming casino. We pool our tips together and spilt them in 3 different sections during the day. I make 8/hr base wage. the averages of our tips "cuts" are 3am to 11am: $5/hr , 11am to 7 pm $12/hr, and 7pm to 3 am: $20/hr. on a really busy Saturday night I've made $30/hr plus base pay, so about $38, but your legs are like rubber after that Depends on where they work also. Casino. Hotel. Restaurant. Personally I work at a Casino with a base pay around 4$ an hour +tips. Also we pool tips so the person you tip doesn't get the reward for his individual efforts, instead the collective effort (and the guests generosity) determine their wages.... ( Full Answer )
How much money a pharmacist makes on an hourly basis in Torontodepends on the industry they are working for. The average hourlyrate is between 50.40 and 58.80 CAD.
The hourly wage of a salon receptionist can vary depending on yourstate. However, most start out at the minimum wage in the state andcan increase with experience.
well depending on yourtraining you have some make up to 22.60 a hour which is base on a 24 hour shift.
The average median salary would be $120. per hour. The average median salary weekly would be $4800. The average median salary monthly would be $20,666. As of 2010, In the USA the annual median Obstetrician Salary is $248,000. The lower end 10% is around $101,000 annually. The upper end 10%… is around $350,000 annually. ( Full Answer )
The minimum wage in Texas is 7,25. A person in Texas will makevarious hourly wages depending on the job.
It is based on how many cases you handle and if they pay their fines. In Macon, GA it averages out to around 15.00 hr.
1st shift in NJ makes $10.20 an hour. 2nd Shift makes 10% more, and 3rd Shift makes 15% more. I work 2nd shift and make 11.22$ an Hour.
Underwater welders in the UK receive an hourly rate ofapproximately 38.45 GBP or 65.39 US dollar. The annual salary isapproximately 80,000 GBP or 136,056 US dollars.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for pharmacists as of May 2008 is, $104,260. This would amount to $50.13 per hour.
Part time starts at an average of 8.75/hr and full time is generally no lower than 10.25/hr. It also depends on what dep you are in.
IN Florida, I make $68 per one-hour PT visit (home health). during off-hours 5PM onwards or weekends the company adds $5.00 more. if it's scart-of-care (2 hours max per patient), we get paid $90.
Not enough. Start at minimum wage and increase $.25 every six months of employment up to a given limit which is around 10.
The average pay for a bartender is around 11.00 an hour. This addsup to about 22,000 a year. If you work in a higher end bar or abusy city, this can go up a lot.
It varies. Usually models can command $50 or higher per hour per job. The average hourly pay for a working model is somewhere around $11.22/hour.
The 2008 median salary according to the Department of Labor is $30 per hour. Beginners make $25 and experienced tech writers can make $85,000 or more, depending on their specialty. If you have a technical degree, i.e. Engineering or Computer Science degree and are also a good writer, you can make th…e top salaries within your field. People with degrees in English or Communications can make $40,000 to $60,000 per year, but someone with a very specialized engineering or programming degree can make much more. ( Full Answer )
\nI can only answer this in the context of an American programmer. Typically programmers that work fulltime for a company work with a salary, which can range from $50,000 a year to upwards of $150,000, depending upon experience (of course) and location. Programmers in the New York City area would …make more than a programmer in the Atlanta area, typically.\n. \nAs an example, I make approx. $90,000 a year in Atlanta, and I have approx. 10 years of experience.\n. \nNon-salaried programmers, like contractors, will typically make between $30 to $75 dollars an hour. ( Full Answer )
The starting salary for RN's differs greatly depending on different regions of the country. For example, in the southeast, RN's can earn as little as $11 an hour if they work in a school setting. If they work in a hospital setting, they can earn $15 to $18 an hour. In the northern states, a new RN c…an make as much as $20 an hour. It also depends on how short staffed the institution is. ( Full Answer )
I'm a merchandiser and I made $12.75/hr plus mileage and bonuses starting. Part timers make about $10.60 starting. Depends where you live id think. In Washington, Im a merchandiser, i started off at $16.60/hr then moved up to $18.66 within 7 months. The pay bracket for a regualr merch is $19.50/hr…. But you end up making almost $20/hr in just one year......Not bad at all with all the OT. Great if you are a responsible single or need to bring home the bacon for your fam ( Full Answer )
Depending on skill level and what type of "plumbing" they do the minimum a Master plumber with the proper formal education should average $150 - $350 per hr NOT including materials. This is for one man, many plumbing shops have one master plumber pay their employees disgracefully low wages and bi…ll out over $125 per hr and call their employees "techs" to beat licensing laws as they know the employees sent to the jobs are not really qualified to be called Plumbers as they never had any formal training or passed any type of journeymen tests Of course in certain localities the market is going to be a lot lower but so are the skill levels and licensing laws are quite lax in many places ( Full Answer )
This is very difficult to say based on how your worded your question. There are a number of variables to consider to include the following. . There are levels ( pre-k, elementary, high school, post secondary) . Geographical location . Type of school (private , public, parochial) … . Length of time serving as a teacher . Level of degree the teacher has (in some instances) . Still, let's take a look. In most cases teachers salaries do not have an estimated hourly wage (by the U.S. Department of Labor) because most all are full-time teachers Preschool Teachers - $26,610 Kindergarten Teachers - $49,770 Elementary School Teachers - $52,240 Middle School Teachers - $52,570 Secondary School Teachers - $54,390 Remember the above is the mean annual wage. For example, high school teachers can range from $28,000 to over $80,000 depending on the variables I listed above. The above does not include, Special Education Teachers. ( Full Answer )
usually* the hourly pay of a supervisor is $1 more than the highest paid employee in the dept. so as of right now, in union buildings in the northeast, the most senior top-paid cashier makes $20.50 an hour (plus bi-annual bonuses), and the supervisors make $21.50 an hour (plus bi-annual bonuses, if …applicable). ( Full Answer )
I am pretty sure that depends on the particular church, and perhaps also on some other conditions, such as the location.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for a social worker as of May 2008 was, $48,180. This would amount to $23.16 an hour.
The hourly salary of a video game designer varies depending onexperience, location, education, and the type of sector in whichthe designer is working. The lowest ten percent of video gamedesigners make on average $15 an hour. Top earners can commandaround $43 an hour.
It depends if you have experience or not, the size of the firm and the job duties.
Assuming you worked 8 hours per day 40 hours per week and 52 weeks in a year. $26.44 per hour
She doesn't make money hourly, she gets paid for concerts and C.D's and things she does to promote the new album
Well, physical therapists aren't usually paid hourly that I know of. They make about 60 000 dollars annually, but that depends about what field you're going into and how many raises you get.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for pharmacy technicians as of May 2008 is, $28,500. This would amount to $13.70 per hour. Median hourly wages of wage and salary pharmacy technicians in May 2008 were $13.32. The middle 50 percent earned between $10.95 …and $15.88. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $9.27, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $18.98. ( Full Answer )
If you worked full time (40 hours per week, 52 weeks per year), then you would make a little above $24/hr if you made $50,000/year. Not counting taxes , of course.
This question depends largely on four things: 1) What is thespecific area of instruction. 2) What is the demand for thatspecific area of instruction. 3) What is the supply of instructorsin that area. 4. What is the level of expertise or education of theinstructor. For example, in America in 2015 a H…igh School EnglishInstructor with no experience could make anywhere from 12 to 28dollars per hour depending on the other factors listed such asdemand and supply. ( Full Answer )
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wag e for Home health aids as of May 2008 is, $21,440. This would amount to $10.31 per hour.
It varies between companies, types of trucks being driven, etc. For truck drivers who are paid hourly (long distance line haul drivers are paid either based on mileage or percentage), I've seen ones who are paid anywhere from $9/hour to over $20/hour. It all depends on who they're working for, what …they're driving (tipper, lowboy, fuel tanker, etc), and how much experience they have. ( Full Answer )
If you work 40 hoursa week for a year that is 2080 hours. 30000/2080 = $14.42/hr
Depends on how many hours you work for, and over how many weeks. More detail?
I have been working for the same Trucking company for 3 years now, and I make 35k a year. They pay for my medical, and vision. We have 25 Owner Operators.
Assuming you got paid for every week of the year, and worked a 40-hour week - 13.70 per hour
Fire trucks are often dispatched when there is a complication at the emergency scene - for example: An M.V.A., (Motor Vehicle Accident), where multiple vehicles may be involved and need to be moved or a patient is trapped inside of their vehicle and can't open the doors, the 'Jaws of Life' will be u…sed to free the victim and they work on pneumatics. ( Full Answer )
doctors and nurses arent on an hourly pay schedule they get paid the days they work like teachers.
Ambulance drivers will still likely have to be certified as an EMT-Basic. Depending on the service they work for, (and assuming the position is not volunteer), they will probably make upwards of $8~$9/hour starting pay, with some companies initially paying $13+/hour.
I am an unlicensed optometrist assistant & I make $15.50/hr. That's right about "top" pay.
Child, Family and School . According to a May 2010 salary survey by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average yearly wage of social workers working with children, families and schools was $43,850. Dividing this by the 52 weeks in a year, the weekly pay averaged $843.27. The middle 50 percent of… such social workers, between the 25th and 75th percentile, had yearly incomes of $32,270 to $52,450, which works out to weekly wages between $620.58 and $1,008.65. The variances in incomes were attributable to such factors as experience, geographical location, and type of employer. For example, the top-paying employers were elementary and secondary schools, where social workers made an average of $57,100 a year, or $1,098.08 a week. Health Care . Social workers in health care earned an average yearly salary of $49,200, according to the bureau, or $946.15 a week. Those at the 25th percentile had annual wages up to $37,040, or $712.31 a week. Health care social workers at the 75th percentile made up to $59,260 a year, or $1,139.62 per week. The biggest employers were general medical and surgical hospitals, which paid an annual mean wage of $54,550, or about $1,048.85 weekly. Mental Health and Substance Abuse . Mental Health and Substance Abuse social workers earned an average annual salary of $41,880. The weekly salary for this average was $805.38. The 25th percentile earned up to $30,870 per year, or $593.65 per week. The 75th percentile earned up to $50,420 per year, or $969.62 each week. The highest concentration of social workers in this field was in psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals, where annual averages were $48,280, or $928.46 per week. All Others . Social workers who do not fit into the previously mentioned categories earned an average annual salary of $52,270, for a weekly average of $1,005.19. The middle 50 percent earned annual salaries between $37,550 and $65,970, or $722.11 to $1,268.65 per week. Higher salaries are attributable in part to the fact that some of the social workers counted by the bureau in this category are in administrative or senior research positions, and many of them work for local and state governments. Those employed by the federal executive branch had the highest average annual wages, at $69,830, or $1,342.88 a week.. ( Full Answer )