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Here’s how much flight attendants in 10 airlines say they make

Flight attendants from Delta, JetBlue, United, Spirit, Southwest and more reveal their salaries on Glassdoor and Payscale.

College grads still earn more than workers with no university degree. This map shows the states with the widest salary gaps.

New York, California, and DC have the highest difference in earnings between college grads and non-college grads.
Walmart employees are making, on average, more money than ever.

Walmart says its average full-time store employee now makes close to $15 an hour

In the company's first ESG report, Walmart said its hourly full-time workers at its stores now make $14.26 an hour on average.

From servers to the head cook, here’s how much everyone makes in a restaurant

Many restaurant jobs tend to be low-paying, but top management positions pay more than the national median wage.
Attorneys saw wage growth decline by 2.8% in 2019.

10 jobs with the biggest salary dip this year

Glassdoor released a new US Job Market Report, finding that financial advisors, attorneys, and insurance agents saw pay decline the most in 2019.

Here’s what fast-food workers earn in every state

The federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour, but fast-food workers earn different wages in states across the US.

Here is the lowest-paying job in every US state

Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found the job in each state with the lowest average annual salary.

These 6 maps show how the economies of all 50 US states and DC are doing

Business Insider recently ranked the economies of all 50 states and DC, based on six economic measures. Here's how each state fared on those measures.
A demonstrator holds a sign, signifying hundreds of thousands of federal employees who won’t be receiving their paychecks as a result of the partial government shutdown

Some federal workers received their first $0 paychecks Friday because of the government shutdown but there is some good news

About 800,000 federal workers were supposed to get paid on Friday, instead they got $0 paychecks because of the partial government shutdown.
California has the top three cities with properties over $1 million.

It’s more affordable to rent than buy in most US cities, report finds

As home prices continue to grow faster than wages, an increasing number of Americans may turn to rentals.