In terms of the most costly jobs, the Washington Examiner’s annual list of the top-earning jobs in Washington D.C., has found that the public employee jobs are definitely at the top of the list.
In fact, the most recent figures released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) show that the average salary of a public employee worker was $101,914 in 2013, which was up $15,000 from 2012.
In addition to the public sector jobs, there are also a variety of non-profit jobs in this list, such as state and local government employees, teachers, police, and nurses.
In total, the list of top 10 most expensive positions in the nation is comprised of 541 positions, or 11% of the total number of positions.
In terms, the average public employee salary was $77,743 in 2013.
While there are plenty of other lucrative jobs in government, these positions are certainly the most profitable.
As you can see, the median salary for a public school teacher is $98,085.
For nurses, the number is $88,500.
For teachers, the salaries for the most popular positions are $77.50 per hour for the general public and $88.50 for the teacher’s assistant.
For police officers, the salary for an officer is $76.10.
The list also shows that the median hourly wage for an elementary school teacher was $50.30, and the median wage for a secondary school teacher, the same as an elementary teacher, is $52.20.
On the other hand, the minimum hourly wage in the state of Washington is $8.60.
In terms of what the average salaries are for the state’s workforce, the state has the highest median hourly pay of $51.60, which is slightly below the national average.
The state’s median salary of $56.40 is also lower than the national median, and lower than that of Maryland.
The state also has the lowest minimum hourly pay, which for teachers is $38.20, which comes in at $10 below the federal minimum of $38 per hour.
The median hourly salary for police officers is $35.40.
While the states’ wages may not be as high as those of other states, they are still significantly higher than the state median wage of $23.80.
In fact, if you look at the total salaries of the state workforce, a large majority of the positions in Washington, D.D. fall into the top 10, with a large number of jobs in transportation and warehousing, retail, and administrative positions.
The top 10 public sector positions in 2013 in Washington are in all but three states: Alaska, Arkansas, and New Mexico.
Alaska, Alaska, and Arkansas are also in the top five in the total US states, which means that if the number of public sector workers in the US is counted in the calculation, the total workforce is roughly 5.5 million, or 2.5% of US workers.
The number of state and federal employees in Washington is also somewhat higher than that for the total population of the US, at 6.4 million.
That is, more than 4.5 people out of every 100,000 Americans work in public sector occupations, which may be why the Washington state’s state government employees are at the bottom of the table in terms of their pay.
In conclusion, while the average hourly salary in Washington DC is a bit lower than it is for the national, the top 5 public sector salaries in the U.S. are still much higher than those of the average US state employee.
If the average American state employee were to receive $100,000 a year, they would earn about $5,400 per month.