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Here's how much every US state pays its teachers and how much they spend on each student

Public school teachers made $61,730, on average, in 2018-2019. Getty Images May 3 to May 7 is National Teacher Appreciation Week. The typical public school teacher's salary varies across the country. The following is how much public school teachers made during the 2019-2020 school year. See more stories on Insider's business page. 51. Mississippi Rogelio V. Solis/AP 2019-2020 average teacher salary: $45,192Change in adjusted salary since 1999-2000: -6.6%State spendi...
Tags: Utah, Florida, Texas, Education, Montana, Massachusetts, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Features, Teachers, Pennsylvania, Wyoming, North Dakota, New Hampshire

Magashule and parliamentarians will continue to receive cushy salaries during suspensions

Bongani Bongo, Zandile Gumede and Sindiswa Gomba are also among the parliamentarians affected by the step-aside resolution The post Magashule and parliamentarians will continue to receive cushy salaries during suspensions appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Politics, Salaries, Parliament, Mps, Legislature, ANC, Magashule, Top Six, Zandile Gumede, Bongani Bongo, Ace Magashule, Pule Mabe, Khusela Diko, South Africa (country, Sindiswa Gomba, Ongama Mtimka

From cafeteria workers to principals, here's what everyone makes in a public school

Elementary school teachers earn a median wage of $62,050 a year. Ariel Skelley/Getty Images May 3 to May 7 is National Teacher Appreciation Week. Public schools employ a wide variety of workers, including different kinds of teachers. Using BLS data from May 2020, here's how much workers in 35 public school positions typically make. See more stories on Insider's business page. 35. Fast food and counter workers earn a median of $25,510 a year and 121,970 are employed by public sc...
Tags: Education, Office, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Features, Getty Images, Teachers, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Schools, Public Schools, Associated Press, Salaries, Ross, Oslo, Reuters

The 30 highest-paying jobs in New York State

We found the highest-paying jobs in New York state based on May 2020 occupational wage data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Westend61/Getty Images New York state is home to the financial and media capital of the United States. Using BLS data, we found the occupations with the highest average salaries in the Empire State. The following are the 30 highest-paying jobs in New York, based on May 2020 data. See more stories on Insider's business page. 30. Judges, magistrate judges, ...
Tags: New York, Jobs, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Features, Bureau of Labor Statistics, United States, Salaries, New York State, Airline, Rick Bowmer, Justin Sullivan Getty, Department of Labor, BLS

Biden's infrastructure plan includes massive investments in care for children and the elderly. Here's how much workers in those jobs are paid.

Hispanolistic/Getty Images Biden's infrastructure spending plan includes $400 billion for elderly and disabled care. Insider looked at the typical pay of five different caregiving jobs. Home health and personal care aides made a median salary of $27,080 in May 2020. See more stories on Insider's business page. Caregivers, like home health aides and personal care aides, are a big component of President Joe Biden's infrastructure plan. But many of the people responsible for cari...
Tags: Jobs, White House, Careers, America, Trends, Joe Biden, Pay, Economy, Salaries, Biden, BLS, Juliana Kaplan, BI Graphics, Madison Hoff, Patricia Kelly Yeo, American Jobs Plan

The 30 highest-paying jobs in California

Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers are one of the highest-paying jobs in California where they earn $229,110 a year. David McNew/Getty Images California has an economy bigger than that of most countries. Using wage data from BLS, we found the occupations with the highest average salaries in California. The following are the 30 highest-paying jobs in the Golden State. See more stories on Insider's business page. 30. Computer hardware engineers vm/Getty Images ...
Tags: Jobs, California, US, Careers, Los Angeles, Trends, Features, David, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Salaries, Airline, Rick Bowmer, Justin Sullivan Getty, Department of Labor, BLS, David McNew Getty

Here's how much workers are paid at America's amusement parks

Visitors attend the Universal Studios theme park first day of reopening from the coronavirus pandemic, on June 05, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. Gerardo Mora/Getty Images Universal Studios Hollywood is reopening on Friday, and Disneyland Resort is reopening this month. Insider looked at data from BLS to see how much employees at amusement parks and arcades make. Here's what a worker in each of those occupations typically make if they work at an amusement park. Visit Business Insider's ...
Tags: Jobs, US, Careers, America, Trends, Features, Salaries, Amusement Parks, Disneyland Resort, Universal Studios, Orlando Florida, BLS, Reuters Total, Andy Kiersz, Phil McCarten, Getty Images Total

This map shows the highest-paying job in every state, excluding doctors

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Tags: Maps, Jobs, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Mexico, Virginia, US, Alabama, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Georgia, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Arkansas, South Dakota

Unions vow to drag SABC back to court over “unfair” retrenchments

Three unions say the selection process for workers to be sacked was “flawed” and question why the cash-strapped public broadcaster hired an external marketing agency The post Unions vow to drag SABC back to court over “unfair” retrenchments appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Employees, National, Salaries, Redundancy, SABC, Labour Court, Top Six, CWU, ICTU, Bemawu, Hannes du Buisson, Madoda Mxakwe, South Africa (country, Retrenchments, Mmoni Seapolelo, Section 189

The 30 highest-paying jobs in America

Obstetricians and gynecologists are among the medical occupations at the top of the ranking. Orlin Wagner/AP Images Some US professions have workers earning a lot more than the annual average salary of $56,310. We found the occupations in America with the highest mean annual salaries in May 2020. The following are the highest-paying occupations based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. See more stories on Insider's business page. 30. Postsecondary law teachers Unive...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, US, Careers, America, Trends, Features, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Salaries, Brussels, Airline, Sergio Pérez, Reuters, Bureau of Land Management, Justin Sullivan Getty, Labor Department

Monk’s Hill Ventures and Glints on how Southeast Asian startups can cope with the region’s talent crunch

A lot has changed since Monk’s Hill Ventures released its first report on tech compensation in Southeast Asia five years ago, with base salaries and competition for top talent jumping dramatically. But one thing has remained the same since 2016: startup compensation data, including information about base pay, bonuses and stock options, is still hard to find. To get more data for its latest Southeast Asia Tech Talent Compensation report, which covers startup hiring in Singapore, Indonesia and Vie...
Tags: Startups, TC, Indonesia, China, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Tech, Salaries, Vietnam, Razer, Monk 's Hill Ventures, Cto, Founders, Singapore Indonesia, Ong, Yeo

3 things to consider before renegotiating salaries for remote workers who moved during the pandemic

Some employers may consider compensating employees based on their new remote location, Westend61/Getty Images There's a trend of remote workers living in rural areas but earning salaries meant for large cities. Employers may consider localized compensation to account for remote workers' new location. Be careful to avoid penalizing employees who moved and communicate with them before any change. See more stories on Insider's business page. The pandemic has changed the way we li...
Tags: Opinion, Entrepreneur, Trends, Strategy, Salaries, Equal Pay, Nordic, Salary Negotiation, Contributor, Remote workers, United States Census Bureau, Contributor 2019, Stav Vaisman

19 of the highest-paid movie roles of all time, including $100 million for a single film

Keanu Reeves in "The Matrix" Warner Bros. Actors don't get paid like they used to, but some can still negotiate huge deals. Actors like Will Smith and Ryan Reynolds have struck big with Netflix movies. Robert Downey Jr. was the highest-paid actor of the Marvel Cinematic Universe by far. See more stories on Insider's business page. It's rare for actors to rake in huge salaries today, at least compared to the days when audiences were drawn to a movie primarily based on its leadin...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Celebrities, Media, Jack Nicholson, Robert Downey Jr, Entertainment, Youtube, Michael Bay, US, Trends, Indiana, Features, Tom Hanks, Netflix, Ford

Dr. Anthony Fauci is the federal government's top-paid employee, and was paid $18,000 more than Trump in 2019

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, speaks during a Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee hearing on June 30, 2020 in Washington, DC. Top federal health officials discussed efforts for safely getting back to work and school during the coronavirus pandemic. Al Drago - Pool/Getty Images Fauci earned $417,608 in 2019, according to OpenTheBooks – a rise of $18,000 from the year before. A spokeswoman for the National Institu...
Tags: Politics, Washington, White House, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Washington Dc, President, Healthcare, National Institutes of Health, Salaries, Donald Trump, Anthony Fauci, Trump, Zika, Aoc

Whatever happened to the company that decided to pay all of its employees a $70K minimum wage?

Back in 2015, Dan Price of the credit card processing company Gravity Payments decided to pay everyone at his company a minimum salary of $70,000 a year, including himself. In the immediate aftermath, only two long-time employees left the company (out of 120 people), and Rush Limbaugh called it, "a case study in MBA programs on how socialism does not work." — Read the rest
Tags: Credit Cards, Post, News, Workers, Minimum Wage, Salaries, Salary, Financial Services, Rush Limbaugh, Dan Price, Gravity Payments, Luxury Socialism, Socialist Alternative, Employees Of The Year, Socialist Business Models, Worker-owned Cooperative

17 TV stars who have made salaries of $1 million or more per episode

Nixon, Davis, and Parker in "Sex and the City" HBO Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, and Kristin Davis are expected to earn $1 million per episode for HBO Max's upcoming "Sex and the City" revival, "And Just Like That...," according to Variety. They aren't the first TV actors to join the $1 million club. As big-name Hollywood talent has increasingly made the jump from movies to TV, salaries have ballooned. That will likely continue as more media companies try to compete in the streaming...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Hollywood, Kerry Washington, Media, Entertainment, Reese Witherspoon, Norman Reedus, Amc, Kaley Cuoco, Trends, Features, Nicole Kidman, Ford, Jennifer Aniston, Streaming

We got the vaccine news the world was waiting on this week

Hollis Johnson/Business Insider Hello, What a week it's been. While markets and public health experts have been optimistic about the results of Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine, it's hard to ignore the uncontrolled spread of the virus around most states in the US.It's making planning for the holidays even harder. Hope y'all are having an OK time navigating smaller festivities and potentially difficult conversations with loved ones with different appetites for COVID-19 risk. We'll get into all ...
Tags: Amazon, UK, Supreme Court, Digital, US, Trends, Turkey, Healthcare, Food And Drug Administration, National Health Service, National Institutes of Health, Salaries, Pfizer, Vaccine, Jeff Bezos, Nih

Disney is planning to lay off 28,000 employees — here's how much workers are paid at America's amusement parks

The annual wage in the amusement parks industry was far below the median across all industries. Shutterstock Disney shared in a memo on Tuesday that 28,000 employees will be laid off because of the negative impact on its business during the pandemic. Disney's California Parks are still closed as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic, but Disney World has reopened.  According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, amusement parks and arcades employ workers in a variety of occupat...
Tags: Florida, Jobs, California, Finance, Disney, US, Careers, America, Trends, Strategy, Walmart, C, Features, First, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Salaries

The 30 best high-paying jobs of the future

Software developers are one of the best future jobs. Stephen Lam/Getty Images The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released job projections predicting how employment in various occupations could change between 2019 and 2029. Business Insider decided to look at jobs that have large employment potential over the next decade. Using employment projection and salary data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found 30 high-paying jobs that are poised to enjoy healthy employment growth over ...
Tags: Jobs, Washington Post, Africa, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Features, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Salaries, Lists, Bureau, Reuters, Justin Sullivan, Jim Urquhart, David McNew Getty, Amanda Voisard

Compare Multiple Job Offers With This Salary Calculator

Looking for a job is hard, but the stress doesn’t stop once you finally get an offer. It can be tempting to just say “yes” to the first offer you get, especially these days when the job market seems to be drying up, but you still need to make sure you’re happy with the deal you’re being offered—or even that the job…Read more...
Tags: Job Search, Salaries, Lifehacks, Job Offers

Mitsubishi in America: Slow Fade-out Ahead?

Mitsubishi watched as its U.S. and Canadian volumes rose steadily over the past several years — growth hampered by a limited product lineup and so-so vehicle quality. Still, it was growth, and Mitsu made sure to celebrate each year-over-year sales increase. Well, that was then, and this is now. As a member of an alliance […] The post Mitsubishi in America: Slow Fade-out Ahead? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: America, Markets, Autos, Salaries, Mitsubishi, Overseas, Mitsu, News Blog, Product Planning, Cost-cutting, Executive Pay

Will a Larger Salary Make Your Candidates Happier?

Will a Larger Salary Make Your Candidates Happier? When times are tough, we often believe the answer to all our problems is gaining more money. Recruiting often sees candidates bypass job descriptions with an eagerness to discover their potential new salary. As humans, it is hard to not constantly be thinking about being better off […]
Tags: Featured, News, Trends, Guest Post, Salaries, Human Resources, Hiring, Staffing, Branding, Data Analytics, Blog Posts, Talent Acquisition, Candidate Attraction, Amanda Rosewarne

Why localized compensation in a work-anywhere world isn’t so simple

Last Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg told Facebook’s 48,000 employees that he expects upwards of 50% of the company will be working remotely within 10 years. After outlining many of the advantages that remote work confers — including to “potentially spread more economic opportunity around the country and potentially around the world” — he added that those who choose to move to other places in the U.S. or elsewhere will be paid based on where they live. “We’ll localize everybody’s comp on January 1,...
Tags: Work, Startups, TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Tech, Remote Work, Compensation, Salaries, Talent, Github, Hiring, Zuckerberg, Bay Area, Work From Anywhere, Extra Crunch

How Can A Manager Tell When Workers Are Getting Ready To Leave?

Managers need to detect when a team member is getting ready to leave Image Credit: svenwerk Managers understand that when the job market becomes tight, employee retention is key. What this means is that they are going to have to get good at using their manager skills to detect when their team members are thinking about leaving. Managers need to be able to detect the tell-tale signs that highly valued team members may be considering moving on in order to get in front of staff t...
Tags: Careers, Moving On, Managers, Salaries, Closure, Attitude, Staffing, Retention, Job Hopping, Jim Anderson, Turnover, Advancement, Changing Jobs, Retain, Tell-tale Signs, Important Milestone Managers

Small Business Owners Ask: Am I Paying My Employees the Right Salary?

Survey after survey of small business owners indicates that attracting and keeping employees is one of the biggest challenges today. And with the unemployment rate still low, that problem is not likely to go away soon. A few months ago we noted that, according to a survey from Kelton Global, commissioned by QuickBooks Payroll , employees of small businesses expect their employers to offer a healthy and robust benefits package .  But the survey also showed benefits weren’t enough to ke...
Tags: Sales, Salaries, Kelton Global, QuickBooks, Compensation & Benefits, QuickBooks Payroll, Paying Employees

Podcast 67: Salaries for Technical Authors

In this episode of the Cherryleaf Podcast, we look at ways you can discover the average salary offered in different locations for Technical Authors. The post Podcast 67: Salaries for Technical... [[ For the full article, see]]
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Francisco Partners Buys Stake in PayScale, Exiting Warburg Pincus

PayScale, a Seattle-based compensation data company, announced Thursday it is selling a majority stake in the business to private equity fund Francisco Partners for an undisclosed amount of funding. The deal terms value PayScale at $325 million, the company says.People use PayScale to get an idea of how much particular professions and employers pay. The company seeks out salary information from companies through regular surveys, and uses internally developed algorithms to compare its data again...
Tags: Deals, Trends, Tech, Recruiting, Job Market, HR, Compensation, Private Equity, Salaries, Seattle, Warburg Pincus, Francisco Partners, Payscale, National blog main, Seattle blog main, Seattle top stories

You Probably Got a Tax Cut, Even if It Doesn't Feel Like It

Did you get a tax cut this year? According to new data from the Tax Policy Center, the majority of Americans did in fact pay fewer taxes under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—but since many of us are getting smaller refunds (or no refunds at all), it might not feel like it.Read more...
Tags: Money, Taxes, Wages, Salaries, Lifehacks, Paychecks

Don’t Mess with People’s Pay | Sales Strategies

Recently on my LinkedIn page, we’ve been having an interesting discussion on compensation plans. Over the course of my career as a consultant, I’ve met two or three sales leaders who like to have compensation plans that “keep their salespeople …Read More »
Tags: Sales, Selling, Salaries, Sales Strategies, Sales Success, Sales Tips, Colleen Francis, Engage Selling Solutions, Optimizing Sales, Sales Compensation, Compensation Plans, Sales Pay

It’s not a “skills gap” so much as your company/client refusing to raise the salary for the role

Little screenshot from an article my friend sent me: Read the end part. I’ve written before about the skills gap — I think it’s largely a joke. It’s usually the result of hiring managers and recruiters not being on the same page + companies not willing to pay for talent. It’s much less that the skills […]
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