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Police say Jussie Smollett was unhappy with his reported $65,000 per episode salary on ‘Empire’ — here’s how it stacks up agai...

Jussie Smollett reportedly made $65,000 an episode for Fox's "Empire," but Chicago police said he staged an assault as a publicity stunt.
US service members across all branches conduct state funeral services for former President George H. W. Bush.

Military pay: This is how much US troops are paid according to their rank

We listed the typical base pay for US military ranks. It varies widely based on rank, experience and whether the person is an officer or enlisted.
Luxembourg is the best country to be an elementary school teacher, salary-wise.

The best and worst countries to be a teacher, based on salary

Here's a look at how teacher salaries stack up across several different countries.
Intel CEO Bob Swan

New Intel CEO Bob Swan will make as much as $4.68 million a year in salary and bonuses — and he’s eligible for $28.5 million or more in st...

Here's how much new Intel CEO Bob Swan is getting compensated in salary, bonuses and stock options.

Here’s how much the typical worker earns in America’s 10 biggest cities

Wages are off to a strong start this year, according to Glassdoor's latest Local Pay Report. The national median base pay is up 2.3% to $52,964.
Engineer salary varies by field.

How much money 19 types of engineers actually earn

What does an engineer's salary really look like? Bureau of Labor Statistics data helps rank annual salaries for 19 engineering specializations.
How much you earn can depend on where you live.

The average household income in the 30 biggest US cities, ranked

Salaries are determined not just by age or by job, but by geography. See the average income workers earn in America's 30 biggest cities.
Younger workers tend to have lower incomes than older workers.

Here’s what the typical American worker earns at every age

We estimated the median income for full-time, year-round American workers at each year of age using data from the US Census Bureau.
Hannah Bruner

A Colorado elementary school teacher works four jobs to survive — and says she still needs government housing assistance

Hannah Bruner fears that having to work extra jobs is taking away from her ability to dedicate the time she needs to her classroom.
"How much do you make?" might send chills down your spine.

People are so desperate to keep their salaries secret that they won’t even reveal them to coworkers for $125 cash

"How much do you make?" might send chills down your spine. But transparency and knowing how much your coworkers make are important parts of salary negotiation.