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How much do butlers get paid?

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As of 2014, a butler's average salary range is between $50,000 to $150,000, usually including benefits. Inexperienced butlers typically earn near the lower end of the salary scale, while experienced butlers and those with other skills, such as cooking, management and being a personal assistant, usually earn more.

A standard butler with a low base salary often earns income supplements, such as room and board and paid leave. A head butler or senior butler, who oversees the staff of a residence, can earn more than $150,000 depending on seniority and degree of responsibility. An average butler typically works around 60 hours weekly.

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