How much money does the average mortgage broker earn per year?
As the old adage goes, that is like asking "How much does a car cost?" It depends. If you take an average during a huge refi boom, it may be lower, because so many people try to get on the gravy train and make very little. If you average only Brokers, you get a higher figure than if you include loan officers. I have been a broker for 15 years and make as much, generally, as I want to. If a broker actually works 40 hour weeks (as opposed to surfing the net answering questions like these!) and is in a medium size market with about $125,000 average price for a home, they should be able to earn $6,000-10,000/month, BEFORE expenses. Marketing, office space and assistants eat up a lot of that in a hurry. A decent yellow pages ad runs over $1000/month. And believe me, folks still use the yellow pages. Net personal income probably averages $50,000/year. I have worked with Brokers in three states, and there are lots more making $40,000-50,000 than there are making $100,000+. I currently work in a market like this, but have also worked in a slow resort market and in Denver - a huge market with much higher prices. My income in every instance has been a direct reflection of how hard I worked and how hard I marketed my service. It is not a result of inflating prices or loan fees. There are lots of folks out there who do that but I really believe they make a quick set of big bucks and move on to something else where they can rob people. It is one of the few jobs where you really see a reflection of how hard you work in your income, but it is a witch of a way to make a living. I probably would not want my kids to do it. I have to accept responsibility for the mistakes of too many "unseen" people in the process and it gets harder as time goes on. People might get a couple of mortgages in their lifetime and they are usually scared - even otherwise sophisticated investors are nervous. They react emotionally to everything and you cannot blame them. My job is to get the work done as seamlessly as possible, without any problems becoming apparent to the Borrower yet keep them fully in the loop and informed. It is a delicate tightrope to walk and no one does it perfectly each time. If you have a high tolerance for pressure and want complete control of your life, go for it.
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the correct answer is infact much less than you would expect only around the $100,000 range and although that's shocking the greatest pay is around 6.5 million and the lowest is around 28,000$
Earnings . Median annual earnings of loan officers were $48,830 in May 2004. The middle 50 percent earned between $35,360 and $69,160. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $27,580 while the top 10 percent earned more than $98,280. Median annual earnings in the industries employing the largest n…umbers of loan officers in 2004 were as follows:. Federal executive branch and United States Postal Service $56,900. Accounting, tax preparation, bookkeeping and payroll services 53,870. Management of companies and enterprises 52,260. Local government 47,440. State government 43,400. The form of compensation for loan officers varies. Most are paid a commission that is based on the number of loans they originate. In this way, commissions are used to motivate loan officers to bring in more loans. Some institutions pay only salaries, while others pay their loan officers a salary plus a commission or bonus based on the number of loans originated. Banks and other lenders sometimes offer their loan officers free checking privileges and somewhat lower interest rates on personal loans.. According to a salary survey conducted by Robert Half International, a staffing services firm specializing in accounting and finance, mortgage loan officers earned between $30,000 and $100,000 in 2005, consumer loan officers with 1 to 3 years of experience earned between $30,000 and $35,000, and commercial loan officers with 1 to 3 years of experience made between $45,500 and $70,000. Commercial loan officers with more than 3 years of experience made between $61,750 and $100,000, and consumer loan officers earned between $25,500 and $50,000. Earnings of loan officers with graduate degrees or professional certifications are higher. Loan officers who are paid on a commission basis usually earn more than those on salary only, and those who work for smaller banks generally earn less than those employed by larger institutions.. search www.bls.gov for more info.!!!!!!!!! (MORE)
Whoelsale Mortgage AE income . Depending on whether an individual is a Wholesale Lending Account Executive or Correspondent Lending Account Executive, the earnings range will varry enormously. Generally speaking, these are mostly-commission based position where the Account Executive is paid in fr…actions of a percent on the total amount of mortgage transactions that he/she funded with the loan applications submitted to him/her from broker clients. These percentile fragments are known as "basis points" or simply "bps". One bp is 1% of 1% (0.01%). The national average commisison rate for Prime Lenders' Wholesale AEs is between 10-12bps. AEs in Subprime lending average about 25-30 bps. Well how do these bps translate into actual paychecks? An established and well versed AE in CA working at a mortgage bank with good reputation can average about $10,000,000 in monthly funding. So, if this happens to be a Prime lender where the average commission rate is 10bps, or 0.1%......then the commission check will be 10,000,000 x 0.1% = $10,000 If this happens to be a Subprime Lender with average 25 bps, then commission would be 10,000,000 x 0.25% = $25,000. (MORE)
Some say that Customs Brokers earn around 60K/yr; however, this is for the employed broker at a large firm.. I think that the way to go is to own your own Customs Brokerage Company. I've been working for a Customs Broker in Miami Florida for the past 4 years, and I can guarantee you my guess th…at this guy makes around half a million a year is pretty close to the truth. Mind you, this is the exception. This guy is Mr. Businessman, so we could say that he makes 3 to 5 times what the normal owner of a Customs Broker Company makes.. What you have to have in mind is that with this business you CAN make six figures consistently if you apply hard work, discipline and moral. It is a reality and I've seen it first hand. (MORE)
Answer \n. \nThe answer varies depending on who you include in the statistics.\n. \nWhen considering all 145 million income earners in the US, the median income for a male was $35,000, but only $23,500 for a female. So women typically earn 33% less or roughly 67 cents to every dollar a man make…s.\n. \nWhen we consider only those age 25 or older, however, the figures changes a bit. The median income for males rises to $39,000 and that for females to $26,500. The gender gaps remains roughly 32% with a woman making roughly 68 cents to every dollar a man makes. . white women make 78 cents on the dollar compared to their white male co-workers 1.20 and they were better workers than the men. (MORE)
Being a dog groomer you mostly live off commission & tips.Commission is about 40-50% the cost of the groom. SO IT'SIMPOSSIBLE to tell how much a groomer makes per year.It depends onhow fast the groomer can finish dogs through the day. Most groomerscan do 5-7 dogs a day but there are some who aren't …as fast thatcan only do 4 within her 8 hours and some master groomers can do upto 9 in about 9-10 hours! The best way to get the most dogs doneduring the day is to rotate the dogs as they come in. As one driesin the kennel you work on the next as appose to drying the dog witha blow drier from it's dripping-wet-state to Bone-dry and thenfinishing the groom. . I'd say from experience a groomer can make at least 22k a yearif they can do 4-5 dogs a day. A groomer who can only do 4 a daywill make about 18-20k so if they can't master the speed then it'snot a job you'll want unless you can affored to keep it. If you areREALLY good and can manage about 8 dogs a day you can make over 40ka year! BUT THIS IS VERY VERY RARE. . So as you can see they don't make a lot of money they mostly dothis for the love of dogs! SO DON'T FORGET TO TIP YOURGROOMER! . I have to add to this one....40K a year is NOT rare. Mostgroomers make at least this much if they are busy. They charge $40+for a small breed clip and can go as high as $100+ for a very largedog. Yes most are on commission but at a 50%-60% of those quotedprices. Most of the groomers I know do at least 8 dogs a day someclaim to do 10-14 with a bather/helper. . It wouldn`t be that hard to make 80K+ a year if you were a shopowner and you were constantly busy. . I work at a national company in Tennessee (not one of the bigcities either!) and am a first year salon manager. This year I havemade about 3,000 in bonuses and $44,000 in commissions. I couldn'ttell you exactly how much I make in tips, but probably about$2,000. Total I guess you could say about $49,000. In my salon Ihave a groomer who's been at it full time for two years and groomson average 6-7 dogs a day. She made $38,000 last year, which isalso what I made my first year grooming before I was a manager.Another one of my groomers has been grooming for about a year andis very, very, very slow and can only groom 4-5 dogs a day. Shemade about $26,000 last year. I groom between 6-10 dogs a day. MayI also add that we do not have helpers, as our company does notallow and pay for us to have assistants. We must bathe and dry ourown dogs, clean the salon, and answer all calls/ check in and outall dogs. I know groomers in bigger cities such as Knoxville andNashville that make on average anywhere from $60,000 to $74,000.The one down side to grooming is that really pay is seasonal. Wemake way more money in the Spring in Summer than in the Winter,with the exception of the holidays. You have to be good at not onlygrooming, but also managing your finances to survive at thisprofession. The money does not come over night either. You have tobe patient and work really hard and take good care of yourclients! (MORE)
I'm not quite sure exactly, but In May 2004, median annual earnings for wage-and-salary interior designers were $40,670. (Median earnings are the point at which half of interior designers earned more than this amount and half earned less.) The highest-earning 10 percent made more than $71,220, and t…he lowest-earning 10 percent made less than $23,440. Earnings varied by industry. . ~Samantha, Nova Scotia (MORE)
"Including all tax returns that had a positive AGI [adjusted gross income], taxpayers with an AGI of $153,542 or more in 2006 constituted the nation's top 5 percent of earners. To break into the top 1 percent , a tax return had to have an AGI of $388,806 or more . The top-earning 25 percent of tax…payers [have an] AGI over $64,702.". http://www.taxfoundation.org/news/show/250.html (MORE)
You may want to specify the type of accountant. On average a CMA makes between $80,000 and $100,000 a year if he gets a job with a hardworking business.
Ellen earns $50 million a year for The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She's one of the highest paid celebrities.
normally a midwife is paid20,00 dollars minimum. Then as the years go buy it increase to 30,000 dollars minimum.
Virologist, from what I have heard make anywhere from 30,000 to 100,000+ a year. I want to be a virologist so I looked into this topic
They earn well over 100k with few work hours Nonsense. Actually, the median is currently about $82,000 per year. (http://swz.salary.com/salarywizard/layouthtmls/swzl_compresult_national_HC07000009.html) Many work well over 40 hours per week.
That's not a terribly meaningful question, any more than asking how much a person who speaks English earns. It depends on what you do for a living and how good you are at it! If you are referring to someone who is bilingual, again, the answer depends on where and how you use your talents. There a…re many international firms where a bilingual speaker can earn more than a non-speaker in a comparable position, and certainly be offered more and more varied opportunities. But the overall salary grade depends very much on the company you work for and the industry you work in, so there is no fixed answer. (MORE)
Answer . They usually earn anywhere from 35%-75% of each loan transaction. In dollar amount you can potentially make anywhere from $1,500 up to $5,000 for each loan transaction.
It is difficult to be specific without knowing the area in which the attorney would be practicing, how long the person has been practicing, the geographical area and so forth. An attorney who caters to the wealthy can make a great deal of money while one who works for the ACLU is rather far down the… economic ladder. Being a practicing attorney is much the same as being a doctor or educator one makes the decision as to how they wish to apply their knowledge and acts upon it in the way that reflects their personal ideology. Additional input from WikiAnswers' contributors: . In actuality your salary most often depends on your experience. 1 year of experience normally pays from 40k-80k 1-4 years pays about 60k-90k 5-9 years pays about 80k-120k 10-19 years pays about 80k-140k 20+ years 85k-157k (Although it is true that some lawyers get paid much more than this these are a very few kind of like Bill Gates vrs every other entrepreneur that has ever failed.) All of these figures are based off my resource: payscale.com Lawyer Salary by Years Experience. . There are a number of variables that go into answering a question such as this. As a soon to be graduated law student, I can answer what typical starting pay is like for a first year associate. Private practice starting salaries vary GREATLY by city and size of the firm. Cities such as New York and Washington tend to pay top dollar. Large firms in these markets are starting first year associates out at $160,000/year. Large firms in secondary markets such as Cleveland, Denver, and Minneapolis are starting their associates out at around $120,000. As a general rule, the smaller the firm in the smaller the city, the less your starting salary will be. For example firms in my hometown of 200,000 are starting their first year associates at around $70-$75,000. I have even heard of some firms paying as low as $35,000 to their first year associates. . Future/current law students - please do not be misled by these large starting salary figures. Landing a job that pays even $70-75,000 is not an easy task. Because in law school, there is a strict curve, firms know what percentile of the class that you are in. The top paying firms recruit only from the top of the class at the top law schools. If you are at the bottom or even near the middle of your class in a lower-ranked law school, do not expect to make these kinds of figures unless you have a special asset that the firm needs. . There is a common misconception in America that if you go to law school, you will earn a high salary. The truth is that an overwhelming amount of law students graduate without jobs in the legal field. To land a job at a top paying firm will take hard work while attending a respectable law school. So the moral is, work hard and it can pay off. Don't slack around because your $90,000 investment into grad school may become a huge burden when you have to repay those loans while flipping burgers at McDonald's. . This varies quite a bit, of course, based on experience and specialty. Moreover, many lawyers work for themselves. They charge their clients an hourly rate. . I am a pre-law student, and I have done extensive amounts of research on the field of law. The salary amount, of course, varies with location you would like to practice at or what kind of law you are thinking of doing. But the average salary starting out (Example: your first year in a law firm) is estimated to be anywhere from $60,000-$70,000 per year. The more experienced you are does nothing but helps you; the average for a successful lawyer can be anywhere from $200,000 to sometimes 1 million plus. As I said before, it's all about where you practice and how much experience is "under your belt". . There are too many variables to be able to give a proper answer to your question. A freshly graduated law school student will be lucky to get $30k a year, while a highly experienced and well known trial lawyer could make millions in a year. . It depends upon the type of practice that one chooses. The majority of attorneys do not make the enormous sums that the general public believes. Attorneys practicing family or general law have an average yearly salary of $65,000 to $72,000. . Depends on where you work. Different kinds of lawyers earn different kinds of salaries. In Canada, the starting salary for a person with a law degree is around C$74,300 In Canada, the average salary for all lawyers is around C$99,200. In Canada, most lawyers earn on average about C$29.75 per hour. This is from workfutures.bc.ca. Of course, lawyers don't only earn money by representing clients in court or drawing up legal documents. Lawyers can earn commission by referring their clients to other lawyers with an expertise in a certain area of the law. Depending on the reputation of the referred lawyer, commissions can go as high as C$50,000. . The middle half of all lawyers earned between $61,060 and $136,810 a year in 2002. The lowest-paid 10 percent earned less than $44,490. The highest-paid 10 percent earned more than $145,600 a year. The pay for lawyers depends on whom they work for. It also depends on how long they have been lawyers and on how many special things they have learned about the law. In general, lawyers are among the highest paid workers in the country. . That's a question for which there can be no specific answer as there are many variables. The type of field and practice, criminal, civil, prosecutor, defense, non profit organization, public, private practice or firm, geographical area and so forth. And of course experience usually applies in any type of employment or profession. . Different types of legal employers generally have different pay scales. Private practice usually pays more than government. Government usually pays more than not-for-profits. However, many factors affect salaries of attorneys in private practice. One factor is the size of the firm, small medium or large. Large firms generally pay more. That is not to say that attorneys at some small boutique firms don't make just as much, if not more, than lawyers at big firms. That does happen, but on a average big firms pay more. To get into a big firm, you can do it right out of(or during) law school but you generally need to come out of a school with a good reputation and/or have really good grades. A school with a lesser reputation has less of their students making it to big firms but those graduating at the top of their class and participating in journals, law review or moot court competitions can make it into a big firm. It is also possible to get in the back door of a big firm after a few years of practice. Experience and proven success in a specialized area may open the door. Another factor is what type of law you practice. Some areas of the law simply deal with clients that have more money. Corporate and financial related cases often deal with deep pockets therefore pay well. Lawyers advising small businesses naturally will charge less than the corporate attorneys. Other areas may have drastic pay differences within themselves, such as criminal or family law(divorce) This is due to factors such as the attorney's reputation. Another factor is geography. Northeast and westcoast pay well as do cities versus rural areas. Experience also makes a difference. A senior person bills at a higher rate than a junior person, therefore, a senior person will be compensated more. An equity partner makes more than a non-equity partner which makes more than an associate. . Lawyers can earn anywhere between $250K - $350K but it depends on how much the lawyers charge you. . In May 2004, the median annual earnings of all lawyers were $94,930. The middle half of the occupation earned between $64,620 and $143,620. Median annual earnings in the industries employing the largest numbers of lawyers in May 2004 were as follows: From the U.S. Department of Labor: . In May 2008, the median annual wages of all wage-and-salaried lawyers were $110,590. The middle half of the occupation earned between $74,980 and $163,320. . The best resource for this topic would be findlaw.com. You can find information on salaries there. In Boston (2007) many large firms are adopting the salary scales of their New York offices. Three of the larger firms have starting salaries for first year associates at $160,000 plus a year end bonus. Bonuses usually start out at fixed rates for the first few years (as long as you complete a minimum amount of billable hours) and then become more discretionary as you achieve seniority. Many other firms start at $125,000 - $145,000 plus bonus, so the figures that you see in the paragraphs above don't reflect what can be earned at large law firms. However, these firms are very competitive and difficult to get into. After remaining at a law firm for eight years or so you can make partner. There are two levels of "partnership" at many firms. We'll call them "regular" and "money" partners. Regular partners can make salaries around $500 - $800,000, but do not directly share in the company's profits. "Money" partners make similar salaries, but they also split up the firm's profits as their year end bonuses which are much larger than everyone else's bonuses. It is not unusual for lawyers at this level to make $1 - 4 million per year. lawyers make between 150000 to 350000 dollars a year (MORE)
The Prime Minister of Canada has an aggregate salary of $317,574 (CAD ) including a $2,112 car allowance. (2010) This is about $6090.46 weekly. Although this sum is several times the national average, it is only a fraction of the pay of some of Canada's top corporate executives. Only about half …of the Prime Minister's salary is specific to the role of the Prime Minister, while the other half is the normal salary of a Member of Parliament. Historical Figures: (in CAD) 2009: $317,584 2008: $312,922 2007: $303,722 2006: $297,522 2005: $290,722 2004: $284,522 2003: $280,522 2002: $272,172 2001: $264,972 2000: $178,922 (MORE)
According to Stats Canada the average full time worker makes $43,298. For more information on this look at the Stats Canada link below. http://www12.statcan.ca/english/profil01/CP01/Details/Page.cfm?Lang=E&Geo1=PR&Code1=01&Geo2=PR&Code2=35&Data=Count&SearchText=Wallaceburg&SearchType=Begins&Searc…hPR=01&B1=All (MORE)
Sorry i don't have a definitive answer for you. Also, you have not specified whether you meant just in the premiership, or throughout every division in the country. I would estimate that the average footballer in the premiership earns around Â£25,000 per week. This would not include the whole r…eserve squad etc, just ones playing and on the bench. In the lower leagues such as the conference, they may be earning around Â£500 per week. (MORE)
It is said that the average salary for a Wildlife or ZooVeterinarian is $49,910 to $145,230 per year. This type of job is adream job for many in the veterinarian field.
On average, game makers earn around $70,000 in a game, that's if it is a good game, like the Halo series, or Assassins Creed. They will also get bonuses, which is around $10,000.
How much money a bus driver earns per year will depend upon thecompany he works for. It will also depend upon his experience. Youcan expect to earn at least $20,000 per year if you work full time.
The Average Premier League player's salary is 31,000 pounds perweek. Top players can receive as much as 250,000 pounds a week.
i work for atlanta rapper young jeezy, and i cool wit him atleast 3 times a week and it can go from anywhere between 8 mil to 20 mil a year.
Customs brokers in Georgia make around 50 dollars an hour. This isin between the national average pay for customs brokers.
The yearly salary for the average firefighter can vary based onthings such as experience and location. In the United States, themedian salary for a firefighter is $42,878.
Wheel of Fortune debuted in 1975 and was NBC's most watched game show for 5 years. Pat Sajak was the replacement host in late 1981, and began emceeing the syndicated (nighttime) version in 1983. Sajak's salary is not public nor is there a record of his profits from his considerable assets. When P…at Sajak got married, People magazine put together a story on January 15 1990 and reported that Pat Sajak earned $60,000 per week for doing a late night talk show that was cancelled the same year. It also said that he earned a lot more for doing the syndicated Wheel of Fortune show but even back in 1990 they were not telling the salaries of Pat Sajak and Vanna White. All you can tell for sure is that it was much more than the 3 million a year he was being paid to do a latenight (unsuccessful) TV talk show more than 20 years ago. Sajak does not say, and has not for a number of years. If you want a guess people claim his salary is 8 figures ($10 million +), and then there is all that other income he has from businesses he owns including radio stations and recording and production companies besides any investment income from his investments. (MORE)
If your a popular job shop any where from 500,000-5Mill if your looking for a fabrication shop i recommend A1 Fabricators and Finishers they have a website www.a1fabricatorsandfinishers.com
Impossible to answer as property development has such a broad meaning. It could be from 30k by someone just buying a property and improving it (extensions, refurb etc). Or it can be hundreds of thousands by purchasing large amounts of land and obtaining planning permission for hundreds of houses
Scientists are needed by a large number of different fields and companies for an extensive range of duties. This allows those who qualify to partake of excellent benefits that are available. But how much does a scientist make per year? The average scientist salary is about $102,000 per year, while s…pecific numbers are quoted within a range of between $86,000 to as high as $125,000 per year or more. (MORE)
Per the U.S. Census Bureau, the median Tennessee household incomein 2014 was $41,734. Compared to other U.S. states Tennessee ranks#45.
well in scientifically speaking the make 26k or 100,000$ if your a lawyer . well in scientifically speaking they make 26k or 100,000$ if your a lawyer
It depends on the field, his/her position within that field, experience, expertise and abilities, critical thinking skills, etc. It's difficult to even draw an average. You have individuals with a BS earning minimum wage while others holding the same degree make well into the six figure category or …higher. It really depends on the individual who holds the degree, and not solely the degree itself. (MORE)
Mortgage brokers make money directly from the borrower via a fee of some kind or from the lender or from some combination of the two). Mortgage brokers are basically middlemen. The lenders quote a "wholesale" price for the loans to the mortgage brokers and allow them to determine how much to mark up… the loan. (MORE)
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for an LPN as of May 2008 was, $40,110. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the estimated mean annual wage for an RN as of May 2008 was, $65,130.
well can some one please tell me the answer soon please cos i need it for my home work (project)
depends on how many black people are craving for chicken. usually about 50cents per n1 gg3r Maybe if poor "whites" would stop concentrating on how to interpersonally oppress "black"people and focus on their elite brethren then no one would have anything to complain about. And to answer the questio…n, Yum CEO David Novak states on their website Yum.com that their corporation made 1.6 billion in 2012, and 2.3 billion in cash. China being the largest percentage of sales for KFC, so it's obvious that "black" people are not the biggest fan of their lovely GMO "chicken". (MORE)
Answer I am a Customer Service Rep at Harbor Freight Tools and I make 8.75 per hour. (been here 2 years, started at 7.25 per hour)
I am 22 I make 38,000. I live in MD I have friends with degrees that make more... But id say probably 26,000 a year. Most of my friends out of college make between 11-16$ per hour and my friends in internships or post undergrad make 30,000-60,000.
it depends on the size of a certain deal...lets say a broker is involved in a 1000,000 million bbls of crude oil deal and say he gets paid a dollar..so it sums up to $1000000.anyways its not as easy as it looks
It depends on their ranking. Up to the point when they make the rank of Juryo, they do not receive a regular salary of any type. However, they will receive some money for expenses and for participation in tournaments. A Juryo can expect to get about 654,000 yen a month, far more than most businessme…n. A top level Yokozuna can get 1,800,000 yen a month. (MORE)
I make 200k-500k a year, and I'm mexican. Others aren't so fortunate. I would say the same as an average american. about 40k.
Income can vary because of the location, type of ferm, amount of experience and level of education but according to statistics over in the US the mean annual wage was $76,750 per year and the mean hourly rate was $36.90, but the yearly amount can differ between $41,320 and $119,220 or more if you ha…ve a lot of experience. (MORE)
Chess Grand Masters in the modern era are capable of earning upwards of Â£19 per year. With advertising that can stretch to Â£22.50 but only for the highest profile players. There are also other perks such as free sausages from your local chess loving butcher and the admiration of all those ches…s groupies. (MORE)
it depends on the type of teacher and how long they have been working but an average is around 1,000 dollars
depends high school coaches barely get paid, youth club coaches (u9-u18) get about 5k per team. being a coaching director of a club get about 20k. but for college coaches and professional coaches i would say 30k to about a couple million
The amount a Forex Broker can earn varies from state to state and company to company. However, to give you an idea of the income a Forex Broker can make. In New York, on average a Forex Broker will make $69,000 a year.
It would be difficult to determine the overall average salary of all professional basketball players in the world. However, a simple average can be determined. The lowest paid professional basketball players are the lowest paid players in the WNBA at $35,880. The highest paid player in the 2011 sea…son is Kobe Bryant at $24,806,250. The simple average between these is $12,421,065. This is by no means an accurate depiction of what the average basketball player makes. Basketball is played around the world, and the NBA is the most prestigious, highest paying league. The WNBA has 12 teams, six in each division (East and West). There are 684 players (currently-2011) in the WNBA. The highest paid among them (Lisa Leslie) makes $103,500, so the average is $69,690 a year. An estimate of the worldwide average for all professional basketball players would be in the area of $100,00 a year or less US. (MORE)
As of 2013, the average annual income in Norway is $58,810. In Krone the annual income equals to 341109.76 and in Euros the annual income equals to 44903.43.
well that depends. in norway you can gett around 61000 euro a year.but it difers afther what kind of job it is