The average Canadian Football League player makes around $80,000 a year. The minimum salary for a rookie is $50,000. The minimum salary is dictated by the Collective Bargaining Agreement.Know More
A player's salary is paid on a per-game basis over the 18 regular season games. Players are also given a per diem when travelling, free and discounted tickets, playoff and Grey Cup compensation and pension contributions. The salary cap is set at $5 million per year, meaning the combined salaries of all players on a team must not exceed that figure. Many CFL players take up other jobs in the off-season to prepare for when they retire from football.
The average single adult in the United States working a normal full-time or part-time job can earn $10,150 per year before paying taxes, as of 2014. For a married couple filing jointly, that figure doubles to $20,300 as long as there are no children.Full Answer >
As of 2014, contractors earn an average of $82,790 per year, or $39.80 per hour. Actual salary varies based upon employment location, job title and experience level.Full Answer >
An underwater welder can earn between $100,000 and $200,000 per year, according to the American Welding Society. As most underwater welders are paid per project, the actual salary varies from job to job.Full Answer >
While salary information is largely based on the caliber of the player and market of the arena football team, an arena football player earns an average of $80,000 per year as of 2009. This is taking into account players with six-figure incomes, so the average is most likely in the range of $40,000 to $50,000 per year.Full Answer >