Why you need to know about driver salaries

Driver salaries vary depending on how much you drive and what the driving environment is like, but you should know the basic amount, according to a new research study by the University of Illinois.

The survey was carried out by a new website called DriversEarned.com, which has launched a campaign to help drivers understand their salary.

The site, which is free to use, also has a handy driver profile.

The study looked at the average salary of drivers in the United States and Canada, the highest and lowest median and median annual salary, and the average yearly earnings for each driver.

It also looked at driver characteristics, such as the type of job they’re doing, whether they’re employed by a transportation company, and whether their employer offers health insurance.

Driver salaries also depend on whether you’re an hourly or salaried employee.

Drivers earn the lowest annual salary of any job type, averaging $22,000, according the study.

For the top 5 percent of drivers, salaries average $57,000 a year.

Drivers who earn $60,000 or more are paid the highest, according in the study, because the majority of drivers are employees, which means their salary is tied to the average of their earnings.

In other words, if you work a 40-hour week, and make $100,000 to $140,000 per year, you should expect to earn at least $100 per hour to $160 per hour, said Robert Balsamo, a research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Transportation Studies at the University at Buffalo.

That’s because the driver who drives most hours and is paid the most is usually the one with the highest salary.

Drivers may earn as little as $5 per hour if they work for a company that doesn’t pay overtime, or $10 per hour for a non-tolled employer.

The median annual income for drivers varies widely depending on the type and size of the company.

According to the study: Top-grossing companies with drivers earn about $100 to $170 per hour in a full-time position, while the bottom-grosser companies make between $40 and $60 per hour.

For drivers who work in high-demand areas, such a $70 to $80 per hour salary is expected.

Drivers in high demand areas typically make $80 to $120 per hour and drive for large companies, according a study published in the American Journal of Public Health.

The report also found that drivers who drive for a high-tech company make more than $150 per hour on average, compared with drivers who do the same work for smaller companies.

“There’s definitely some variation,” said Balsamoso.

“Drivers who are in a high tech or high-technology-oriented job that requires them to drive to and from work can earn well above the average.”

The report notes that driver salaries also vary depending how long you’re driving.

The average salary for a driver who works 50 to 75 hours a week is about $80,000 in the U.S. and $100 in Canada.

That compares with $65,000 for a full time driver who travels 60 to 75 miles per week.

However, there’s a lot of variation in driver salaries, especially in terms of the number of hours they drive and the types of jobs they work.

The biggest driver pay gap is seen in New York, which saw the biggest pay gap in the country, according Balsams analysis of driver salaries from the National Center for Health Statistics.

The gap in New Yorkers was around $70,000.

Drivers working in high tech jobs were paid about $55,000 more than drivers working in low tech jobs, while drivers working for a small company earned about $33,000 less than drivers in large companies.

Balsamedo said the findings show drivers deserve to earn as much as they do.

“We should be paying our employees a living wage and not charging them a huge amount,” he said.

“It should be the same for all drivers.”

This story was produced by The Associated Press and is reproduced with permission.