The average annual income for a State Farm insurance agent in 2014 is $69,599. The range of income for agents is from $24,000 to $150,000, and pay is figured on a commission basis.
Because the rate of pay for an insurance agent is based on how much he sells, there is a wide range of pay. When a policy is first sold, there is an initial amount of commission made. However, if the policy is being paid monthly, the commission is divided, and the agent receives payment each time a premium is paid. This allows the agent to receive more pay for a month than the commission for policies sold that month.Learn More
While QVC does not publish information regarding host salaries, Payscale's Bridget Quigg estimates they make a minimum of $100,000 based on her interviews with two former QVC employees. One employee was a cameraman for QVC in the 1990s making $60,000 per year, and Quigg estimates hosts would make more now.Full Answer >
According to About.com, a hotel or motel manager makes anywhere from $20,000 to $60,000 or more annually as of 2014. This is determined by the position, education level and experience of the employee in question.Full Answer >
To find the exact amount of your upcoming paycheck, determine withholdings for taxes, social security, Medicare and other automatic withdrawals. However, many employers factor paycheck amounts several days ahead of time and provide access to the information.Full Answer >
Caryl M. Stern, Chief Executive Officer of UNICEF, earned $509,250 in 2010. Stern is responsible for all of her own expenses, including car, as she does not drive a company car.Full Answer >