With relief checks being offered only to people earning a certain income amount, maybe it made you think about what you earn—or don’t earn. Each year Parade Magazine lists what average people make.
I hope it helps you feel better if you see others making the same as you do. I also hope it shows you that maybe you could and should make more (and that it’s possible) and to look at what’s holding you back—and do something about it.
Be careful about feeling bad if others make more that you. We don’t know how much the other person owes, pays in taxes, or how hard and long they have to work to make their super salaries.
Travel Agent ($45,000)
Flight Attendant ($34,400)
School Nurse ($44,023)
Crane Operator ($140,000)
Soil Scientist ($92,635)
Graphic Designer ($55,000)
History Professor ($87,800)
Social Service Case Worker ($67,000)
Bus Tour Guide ($34,500)
Fire Chief ($244,000)
Project Engineer ($63,000)
High School Math Teacher ($41,000)
Aircraft Mechanic ($80,050)
In-Home Caregiver ($36,000)
Power Plant Operator ($100,000)
Clinical Researcher ($69,000)
Barista ($30,000) • Chef ($130,000)
Police Sgt. ($60,000)
Customer Service Representative ($31,758)
Director of Economic Development ($79,623)