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How much do toll collectors make?

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As of 2014, toll collectors earn an average of $45,000 per year. This salary is above the national average for public sector workers of $41,000 per year.

The amount of money a toll collector makes depends on where they live. For example, in Florida these workers can expect a salary of around $23,000 per year. However the highest paid toll collector made $76,219 in Maine in 2009.

Toll collectors are paid by the hour. They receive overtime and shift differential pay. When a toll collector works a lot of overtime on the night shift, they can see their pay increase.


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