What’s the average salary of an essential worker?
- Anonymous7 months agoFavorite Answer
No one has calculated such a thing. No one even knows how many of these workers there are.
Essential workers are defined differently in different states.
Essential workers could be anything from someone who washes dishes at Pizza Hut to someone who is a board-certified cardio-thoracic surgeon.
You might as well just take the average wage of EVERY employee in a county, city, state or country. Those numbers are widely available.
- babyboomer1001Lv 77 months ago
There are no stats on it, because essential is a general term, encompassing many different lines of work.
- SumDudeLv 77 months ago
- xfilesfanLv 77 months ago
Well, given that both an EVS worker (housekeeper) and the chief medical officer are considered essential at my hospital, I’d say the salaries are highly variable.
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- Anonymous7 months ago
nonsense question , there is no answer , it is not relevant
- MichaelLv 77 months ago
Doctors make well into six figures. Grocery store workers may only make a little more than minimum wage. Somewhere in between are people who work at gun shops and liquor stores, both of whom are considered essential workers by my state, but might not be in others. How one would sort through all that and come up with a single number that anyone would find useful is beyond me.
- ScottLv 77 months ago
Too broad of a question to provide an answer. Any worker, in any pay grade could be classified as essential.