Roughly 100,000 to 110,000 to start.
Jim, Pediatric Pharmacist in Texas
82,000 starting salary plus tiny bonus/relocation. No raises or performance awards for three years.
Pittsburgh, PAI agree with Jim. Got a 3% raise after 11 months. PharmD in SE Tenn
Las Vegas Casino Owners make over $50,000,000 a year.
The highest paying careers that most people usually don't think about are jobs in the power supply industry. Many of the positions at a power supply company (the companies that supply electricity to your home) pay more than what college graduates get paid in other fields.
Positions such a operator helpers, boiler operators, turbine operators, mechanics, and equipment operators to name a few, earn over $30 per hour in most states. Most of these jobs do not require a college degree. Power plants throughout the United States often use a POSS Test to pre-qualify applicants for employment.
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Ask someone at the reference desk of your local public library for the Occupational Outlook Handbook. It lists all kinds of information you would need to know,(including the salary) of just about any occupation you can think of.
The median expected salary for a typical Bricklayer in the United States is $42,235. In Minnesota, they make $28.oo per hour plus benefits.
Im pretty sure x-ray techs make a lot more than entry level dental assistants. In fact is 100% sure. This isn't an answer but i would recommend staying in the x ray field
First of all, being radiology or x-ray certified along with your dental training means you have gotten your dental radiography license. This license only certifies you to take dental radiographs. X-ray technicians go through a completley different training and schooling than dental assistants. I am a dental assistant in MA and the average starting salary is approximetly $13-$18 per hour depending on the office. Dental specialities such as oral surgery or orthodontics may also increase your salary. When you become more experienced and have some time assisting (Ex. 2-8 years) you can expect higher earnings such as $20-$25 per hour, which is very good for a certificate program!! Most of all make sure you like the office your in!!!