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- $86 for ins

- $6.5 for dental

- $182 for federal tax

- $106 for SS tax

- $24.9 for medicare

= $1402.30 take home


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I just got hired at an agency in California as an mft intern. Their starting pay is 45-47k/year.

one meel-yon dollars. (this person obviously didn't attend school) Average teacher salary across the us is 47K a year. In California, average is around 58K a year.

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Sadly Not Enough, I work at the Golden Crustations Retirment Home as a Bus Driver and my Income is at the minimum 47K/per week. I know How Shabby! Can't believe they can't pay me any more? In a year I will earn at least, 53.9 Million? :( Bus Driving is so POOR.

Yes it is. If you don't have many children or owe money to a lot of people this is a lot. You make roughly around $3,900 a month give or take, and say your bill's altogether are about $2500 (this is a large number I agree), you'll still have money in your pocket. Also if you stay somewhere expensive you will need to budget your money. In most Southern states though, you can live comfortably making that much if you're single.

75-76 You make about 1m. my calculations are : Xp from 75-99 is about 11.77m. so times that buy 250=47k logs. 47k of magic logs = about 65.8m in cash =) I'm not sure if that is totally correct but I'm sure its close. This was on 08 April 2010 Magic trees are a lot slower than yews. To actually have decent speed, cut yews till 95 and then mages from 95-99. 75-95 is about 20 mil with yews and 95-99 with mages is about another 23 mil. So that's about 43mil total. But from 75 to 99 doing all mages, youll end up with 99 wc being 90 years old still a virgin.

The Uncut Onyx. But that takes a LOT of tokkul. It is worth about 12m though. I would just go with the Obsidian shield those are only about 47k tokkul and they sell for a lot. 300k+

Check your colors. The gold band is probably on the end. If the colors are actually yellow - violet - orange - gold then it is a 47K resistor with 5% tolerance. See the related question for how we arrive at this value.

The general use of "k" to represent 1000 comes from kilo,the SI unit for 1000. Ie 1 kilogram (kg) is 1000 grams.

The salary range for a Rhode Island State Correctional Officer is 32-47K as of this date. The new contract, 5 1/2 years in the making, is currently in arbitration(binding) and is expected to increase correctional officers base salaries 3 - 6 pay grades. This being said, the base starting salary in the near future for correctional officers after graduation from the academy will range between 40-53k. I have been with the Dept. for 6 years, as of now my base salary is 41k, with holiday and built in daily OT I make approximately 50k a year for working 40hrs a week. Most Officers work OT due to the lack of having a contract for 5 1/2 years, with a little OT most Officers make between 60-80k per year, I made 67k, some who really like to work made well over 100k.

Most states require that you have a bacholers in Business Administration to even take the CPA exams your basicly moving from an entry level of $30K to $47K. Also it would be stupid to have your BA and not take the CPA exam. Why go 95% of the way and not finish off with the most important part?

This is for members and non-members, you must be level 33 at least in magic to do this. First buy 26 air runes and law runes. Secondly go to the Chaos Temple just west of goblin village. Thirdly because you cannot pick up the Zamorak wine you use telepathic grab to get it. Finally you sell a whole inventry worth to the grand exchange for about 47k(47,000 coins). I hope this has helped.

Most likely one of the wires in the wiring harness is starting to break. Just had the same problem with my 05 T&C with 47k miles; the driver's side door had a dead spot right where the door extends out of the track. Moving it a few more inches would allow the power to kick back in. Eventually it stopped working totally. The wiring harness (the plastic caterpillar track looking thing in the door track) had several broken links, and one of the wires broke in half. Had the harness replaced ($80 for the part alone) and works like new. 2 weeks later the passenger side doing same thing, so I will be doing that side, too. The harness gets a lot of wear & tear, and is a known issue. The dealer(and maybe some aftermarkets) has the ability to check the sliding door computers for trouble codes. That will tell you if it is a wiring, latch, or motor issue.

There were several "British" ships in WW-II, from patrol boats to carriers. Some of the most notable ships of the British fleet were: HMS KG-V: Battleship (10-14"/42cal. Mk-1 main batteries in a 2x4 and 1x2 configuration), other ships of this class: HMS Prince of Wales. HMS Rodney-Battleship (9-16"/45cal. main batteries in a 3x3 turret configuration all forward of the main super structure area). HMS Hood (Most Famous ship), WW-1 Battle Cruiser Displacing 42,000+ tonnes full combat load light/heavy 47K+ tonnes (8-15"/42cal. Mk-1 main batteries in a 2x2 configuration). HMS Renown, WW-I Battle cruiser (6-15"/42cal. Mk-1 main batteries in a 3x2 configuration) HMS Ark Royal, Aircraft carrier HMS Victorious, Aircraft carrier HMS Sheffield: Light cruiser HMS Norfolk: Heavy cruiser HMS Dorsetshire: Heavy cruiser

"Pay for an ArchitectI am an intern architect in the Midwest. I have also worked on the west coast. I know what many of my peers in different locations make. Once you leave an accredited 5-7 year school, your title will be "intern architect" until you finish your IDP training (which takes at least 3 years) and finish your ARE exams (another year, at least). After that, you can be classified as architect. Out of school, most interns make about 32-42, depending on geog. location. If you can find north of 36k fresh out of school anywhere, you're doing pretty well compared to your peers. 2-3 years w/o license = 40-45k. 4-6 yrs w/ license = 45-52k. This is essentially the peak until you are a consummate prof. at an established firm (10+ yrs exp w/ full command of architecture (not easy)). When at that level, 55-70k may be expected. Of course, owners of large firms often make north of 6 figures, but these people are seasoned professionals and account for less than 2% of the career. Add about 10k to all salary figures if located in coastal CA or NYC.This should clear things up:The 2005 Compensation Report compiled by the AIA (American Institute of Architects) gives these figures for the national medians:Entry-level intern - 34,000Second-year intern - 35,900Third-year intern - 39,700Architect/designer I - 41,600Architect/designer II - 50,000Architect/designer III - 58,000Senior architect/designer - 68,900Project manager - 68,900Department head/senior manager - 85,600This is the most comprehensive and industry specific study out there. In my personal experience, I find these numbers to be very accurate as a median. Of course, some do make more, and some do make less.AnswerThe average salary for an Architect in the United States is $47K (from, it does not consider experience location though. But you can look in details of those 17000 architect jobs salary listed there AnswerThe median expected salary for a typical Architect in the United States is $56,637. AnswerThe above answer from the intern from the Midwest was laughable. I do not know ANY architect who would work for that. See list of current salaries. The base pay upon registration is about 75k and 80's - 90's is not uncommon. If you hold the title "designer" in a firm the pay is around 140k. I have 7 years experience and am about to sit for the ARE and make quite a bit more than the poster claims that a licensed Architect makes, I know draftsmen that make that. See the April 2007 issue of Architect magazine for current salaries, also here is a link to another source,+TXI also found the salaries listed in Architect magazine to be very accurate with what I have experienced (April 2007 issue). Please also understand that a firm is going to pay for experience - NOT your degree. Many interns are shocked when they get out of school at how little they actually know. Remember a degree is a beginning and certifies one as an independent learner in said subject - not an expert. Most of the valuable information and knowledge you will acquire in this Profession will be working at a firm and be exposed to a large variety of building types, hence, different conditions, materials and applicable codes. Architect Magazine lists the salary for an Intern Architect (not registered) with 5 years experience ranging from $48,138 - $58, 164; A Registered Architect with 15 year experience $72,678 - $96,928 - it also lists the typical benefits as full health, dental , contributing 401k, etc. These figures are based on a nationwide survey of firms.AnswerLike other professionals who are the very top performers in their field, they can charge almost anything for their services and someone with more money than good since will pay it. Several million dollars a year would not be unheard of. According to the 2006-2007 Occupation Outlook Handbook published by the US Department of Labor, the median salary of architects was $62,960 with the middle 50% earning between $46,690 and $79,770. This was slightly above accountants (median income $50,770), college professors (median income $51,800) and on par with most branches of engineering (median income of roughly $60K).Intern architects typically earn between $35k to 58k depending on experience prior to licensure. Architects that have completed the internship period can expect an average starting salary of between $51,709 and $64,519. For 10 years' experience, the base compensation level increases significantly to an average range of $62,608-$79,919; that range reaches $72,678-$96,928 for architects with 15 years' experience.Senior architects and partners typically have earnings that exceed $100K annually. It is not unusual for an officer or equity partner to earn a base salary of $235,000, with a bonus of $200,000. Due to the major stake in ownership that equity partners may have, they can earn incomes approaching, and occasionally surpassing, seven figuresAnswerYes, that is true, but again, depending on the part of the country and if one is practicing in a speciality - they can expect to earn more. Also because something is listed as salary does not mean that there are not those who earn more than that. Most firms pay for experience whether one is licensed or not, the license is good to strive for as a personal goal but does not help a large firm since they do not need you to seal the plans. Also, regarding the Intern Salaries, yes, $58k is for an intern with 3 years experience in a major market someone who is still an "intern" not licensed can make considerable more and approaching a Licensed Architect's wage (and in a few cases more) if they have the requisite years of experience, especially in production. It is easy to find "people" - but hard to find good people with production experience. Also: Completed Internship means "More than 3 years experience." And not necessarily licensed. as employee in Germany (Dipl.-Ing. = M.Arch.): 1st year 1800-2400 EURO / month (pre-tax) 2nd year 2000-2600 EURO / month (pre-tax) Answeractually, what the original poster isn't that far off. I'm also in Texas with about 7 years experience and I'm not even at the 50k mark. if i get licensed i HIGHLY doubt I'll get 20k-30k pay upgrade, but this is coming from the fact that i work in a small firm. maybe the person who posted the dallas, tx. salary is working at a big firm??????????? either way i think in general this profession is underpaid for all the stress and education it entails. AnswerYes, not for their part of the country but for Dallas it is WAY OFF.You are right-you probably will not get a substantial raise because you have not checked the current market value in your area. I am the one who posted the Texas info and that is for an 80 person firm. I have found that you make what you think you are worth. Unfortunately, there are some who throw out a low-ball figures so they will get the job, incorrectly thinking: "...they will see how good you work and offer me more money." It simply does not work that way. You have to know what you are worth and the going rates in your area. If you agree to work for under 50k (lower than standard wage) the employer is not going to try and talk you out of it. The average salary, according to Architect magazine, for interns right out of school is 45k and Dallas pays higher than many places. You have to know what you are worth before you accept a position. Architect magazine said the avergae pay, not licensed, in the southwest, 8 year of experience is 58k+. You are right, licensing does not make a substantial difference but the base for a licensed Architec in Dallas is 70k. I have a friend not licensed who is a PM at a medium sized firm making 92k. And yes, once people become licensed they typicall go to another firm to get a substantial raise, since, obviously one's skills did not improve vastly over night upon notice of licensure. Again check out the April 2007 issue of Architect magazine (and that info is TWO YEARS OLD!!).AnswerThese days, if an architect has a job, that's a feat in itself. If any firm in any metro area posted a help wanted ad asking for 5 year experienced architect, literally hundreds of well-qualified candidates will show - all willing to work for 50k. Talk to any firm manager and ask him/her about how many resumes they get - mine's getting over 10 per day.Architecture has been hit very hard by this recession/depression, and anyone (that isn't delusional) looking for a job right now isn't going to get one if they have unrealistic expectations about salary. You take what they give you, you work your b*tt off, and you hope you can bargain for a good raise when business is better. I wish we architects had it easier, but we don't - if you're needing big money, you should look for another profession.AnswerWhat you are saying, regarding this economy is very true. It is currently a tough market. I should have clarified, I mean in an economy where firms are hiring - those are the going rates and, of course, when firsm start hiring again they will be offering lower wages-no doubt until the economy rebounds-no doubt about that."

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For the first time, I just had to replace the rear turn signal bulb on my 2005 Subaru Outback wagon. I ran into the same question as you. The access door that existed on earlier Subaru wagons was not helpful, as you say. Not close enough to the lamp assembly to help... I managed to download a good many pdf's of Subaru technical service manual stuff when I first bought the car. I looked up how to change the rear turn signal lamp. The documentation was a little confusing, but I managed -- after about 30 minutes of confusion -- to figure it out. There are two little black Phillips head screws that you can see in the little black panel piece between the rear door opening and the tail light assembly. I first tried removing those two screws as one would any Phillips screw: Insert Phillips, turn counterclockwise, and wait for the thing to turn its way out. This, however, did not seem to be doing anything -- the screw just turned as if it were stripped or something. I could tell from the documentation that those screws were somehow removable. The secret was this: Put a Phillips screwdriver into the screw, but put NO pressure on the screw to hold it in. If you merely turn the screwdriver counterclockwise (about 1/4 turn) WITHOUT pushing in on the screwdriver, you will see that it will turn itself out just a little. Once it starts coming out, just grab it with your fingers and pull it out. These "screws" are really just little expansion devices to keep that black panel piece in place. Anyway, remove those two screws/clips/whatever they are. At this point, you can wiggle that black piece a little, and it will come completely out. There are 3 little hidden hooks/clips holding the piece to the light assembly. The owner's manual says that you have to use a flat-head screwdriver to pry the black piece out of its clips. It tells you to cover the head of the screwdriver with tape (I guess so you won't inadvertently scratch the lens) and to put it between the light assembly and the black piece and use it to release the clips. I needed to do this, but it may be that you can release the clips merely by wiggling the piece.The purpose of that little black piece is to cover up the REAL fasteners that hold the rear light assembly in place: two 10mm bolts. Remove those two bolts. Now comes the second piece of information that you need to know to keep from damaging your light assembly. Once you have removed those two 10mm bolts, you will notice that the light assembly stays somewhat firmly in place, as if something else had it attached to the car body. Really, there is no third bolt or anything; instead, it's like it pushes into a small track or something, and it must slide out by pulling on it exactly toward the REAR side of the car (as opposed to the SIDE of the car). In other words, stand directly BEHIND the light, grasp it, and pull it straight out the back, without bending it in any fashion toward the SIDE of the car. Turns out it comes out rather easily as long as you tug on it the right way. The rest of it is simple bulb replacement as in many other cars. Find the right bulb (7440 is the Sylvania number for the turn signal lamp, 7443 is the number for the stop/tail light lamp), and replace the bulb. The remainder is just the reverse of the disassembly. So, only two things a bit unusual: The little black Phillips "screws", and the direction to pull on the light assembly once the fasteners are removed. Good luck. BTW, my wagon has 47K miles on it and apparently needs a new hub (wheel) bearing. Do you know if anyone else out there is experiencing wheel bearing issues with the 2005 Outback models? Again, good luck.

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