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The average annual salary for a mineralogist working in the US is about $110,000. Salaries can range depending on experience, skill, and hiring company, from $48,000--which is a typical entry level salary--to $135,000.
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A Mineralogist studies the composition, structure, and otherphysical aspects of Earth.
Answer they study minerals and every thing about them
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Unless they are a supermodel, the salary is usually less than $30,000 a year.
$359,00 to600,546 A year
Annual Salary Annual salary is the amount of money a person earns from their job in a year.
40 to 30 dallors
Basic and annual salary are the same thing. They are how much a person makes in a year.
The Annualized Salary is the salary that an employee would have if he/she were to work full-time for an entire standard year.
Take the annual salaray and divide by 52. Take that result and divide it again by 40. Alternatively you can divide by the number of working hours in a year, which is 2080.
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A 'mineralogist' is a type of geologist who has specialized in the study of minerals.
$28.17 per hour.
From what I can find it seems like the average salary for a mineralogist is anywhere around $70,000 A year, but most mineralaogist's will make more than that, becuase many min…eralogist's teach at colllege universitites.
2,905 = 75,530 / 26 1 year = 52 weeks biweekly = 56 / 2 = 26