How much do oil rig jobs pay?

Answer Roustabouts and roughnecks, which are the entry-level manual labor oil rig jobs, earn $30,000 to $40,000 onshore (in the United States) and $47,000 or more offshore (overseas). More experienced wor... Read More »

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How much do onshore oil rig jobs pay?

According to May 2008 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the mean hourly wage for onshore oilfield workers known as roustabouts is $15.70, or $32,660 a year. Roustabouts are the industry's e... Read More »

How much do hazmat jobs pay?

Hazardous material removal workers are trained to transport and dispose of harmful substances, including ones that are toxic, reactive, corrosive or flammable. According to the Bureau of Labor Stat... Read More »

How much do jobs in logistics pay?

Logistics is a broad field that includes any job involving management of the flow of goods or people within an industry between producer and customer, according to Transfreight. The average salary ... Read More »

How much do law enforcement jobs pay?

According to, a law enforcement agent can earn an average of $45,956 to $72,252 as of November 2009. Amounts will vary due to location, branches (local police, state patrol, FBI) and s... Read More »