Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Here Is How Much Money Top Professionals Earn Per Hour In America (20 pics)

Anesthesiologists
Average hourly pay: $124.09
Number of people in the US with this job: 29,220
Surgeons
Average hourly pay: $119
Number of people in the US with this job: 41,600
Obstetricians and gynecologists
Average hourly pay: $106.92
Number of people in the US with this job: 20,090
Psychiatrists
Average hourly pay: $93.12
Number of people in the US with this job: 24,060
Chief executives
Average hourly pay: $89.35
Number of people in the US with this job: 238,940
Pediatricians
Average hourly pay: $88.07
Number of people in the US with this job: 28,660
Dentists
Average hourly pay: $82.86
Number of people in the US with this job: 100,080
Nurse anesthetists
Average hourly pay: $77.04
Number of people in the US with this job: 39,410
Petroleum engineers
Average hourly pay: $71.92
Number of people in the US with this job: 34,600
Computer and information systems managers
Average hourly pay: $67.79
Number of people in the US with this job: 341,250
Marketing managers
Average hourly pay: $67.63
Number of people in the US with this job: 192,890
Lawyers
Average hourly pay: $65.51
Number of people in the US with this job: 609,930
Podiatrists
Average hourly pay: $65.47
Number of people in the US with this job: 9,500
Financial managers
Average hourly pay: $64.58
Number of people in the US with this job: 531,120
Sales managers
Average hourly pay: $62.69
Number of people in the US with this job: 364,750
Public relations and fundraising managers
Average hourly pay: $57.40
Number of people in the US with this job: 60,380
Pharmacists
Average hourly pay: $57.34
Number of people in the US with this job: 295,620
Air traffic controllers
Average hourly pay: $57.09
Number of people in the US with this job: 23,130
Physicists
Average hourly pay: $56.97
Number of people in the US with this job: 15,650
Human resources managers
Average hourly pay: $56.29
Number of people in the US with this job: 122,780

7 comments:

  1. Auto mechanics in our area charge $90/hr. AC technicians also.

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    1. The article states income, not charges. Operating costs have been deducted to reflect that.

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    1. As far as I am concerned it should be in the top 3. Also, would allow for bonuses for teachers that excel in their field and penalties to again weed out the PoS teachers.
      Of course this would do zero good until after the whole damn educational system gets a much needed revamp.

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  3. OK, deduct operating expenses. What do career politicians earn?

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