Are you getting paid enough? How much do people in your job earn?

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Have you ever felt underpaid? Do you wonder if the person sitting next to you is being paid more to do the same job?
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What about people in other jobs? Would you earn more if you changed careers?

Using our interactive, you can get the answers to all these questions.

The data is from the Tax Office and is based on income information for the 2014/15 financial year.

The ATO has divided up the paid work we do into 1199 job types, taking in everything from abattoir workers (who earn $39,748 on average) to zookeepers (who earn $45,866 on average).

Brain surgery is easily the highest-paid profession with neurosurgeons takinghome$520,755 on average a year. They earn more in a fortnight than the average fast-food cook takes home in a year.

At the other end of the spectrum, the lowest paid occupation is fruit or nut picking, for which you can expect to earn about $16,000 per year.

Using the interactive, you can see the income for all sorts of occupations.

Baristas earn $23,413 on average, private investigators earn $63,336, lawyers $119,891 and race car drivers $79,307. There are also five men whose occupation is listed as “bungee jumping master”, who earn $44,583 on average.

Some jobs that do not require tertiary qualifications (but are nonetheless highly-skilled) earn in the region of six figures – oil rig workers, crane operators and train drivers all earned more than $100,000 a year on average in 2014/15.

The average oil rig worker, for example,earned more than a typical financial adviser or meteorologist, but less than a school principalor a general manager.

But some jobs that take five or more years of tertiary study do not pay as much on average as you might expect. Osteopaths earn about $60,000 on average, physiotherapists $63,000 and architects $83,000.

Men tend to earn more than women for most jobs, and in some cases the gender gap is vast. ‘s 275 professional male cricketers earn almost $250,000 a year on average. As for our 33 female cricketers, they take home an average of $30,000 a year.

However, the data does not differentiate between full-time, part-time and casual workers, so some jobs may appear lower-paying than they actually are because they are not typically undertaken by people who work full-time.

On the flipside, the high flyers in some professions can push up the average well above what you could realistically expect to earn. To go back to the example of male cricketers – half of them are earning less than $88,372 a year. The average is pushed up to $250,000 because the most elite cricketers can command much higher salaries.

Finally, there are about three million people missing from the n Taxation Office figures – more than 2.5 million people left their job blank when filling in their tax forms and a further 500,000 were in a line of work that does not fit neatly into one of the tax office’s categories.

For example, there is no job code for rocket scientists, so we have no way of knowing if they earn more than brain surgeons.

Mark RothfieldDazzling lineup at Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show

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WORLD FIRST: The Kawasaki SX-R 1500, the world’s first four-stroke stand-up and winner of the recent n national titles is expected to be a big hit at the Boat Show.THERE will be more toys than boys at next week’s 29th Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, ranging from wake boats and personal watercraft to the latest gear and gadgets.
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Many of the leading performance and recreational water-sports brands are displaying new models with price tags appealing to both entry-level and adventure-seeking buyers.

“Stand-up paddle boards are well represented in all forms, as are RIBs and ski boats, superyacht toys and jet skis – all in one place,” exhibition manager Dominic O’Brien says.

Yamaha will present two new 2017 models among its line-up of nine WaveRunners that are already creating an international buzz. There’s the family-oriented EX Series and the much-anticipated launch of the GP1800, a supercharged model for race enthusiasts.

New from Kawasaki is the SX-R 1500, the world’s first four-stroke stand-up and winner of the recent n national titles. Sporting a 1.5-litre engine, it’s hailed as “the fastest accelerating, mass-produced stand-up jet ski ever”.

Jetski World director John Moyle adds: “It’s the latest thing from Kawasaki and there’s nothing like it on the market. It’s fast, easy to ride and designed for people to learn to ride a pole ski easily.”

From Sea-Doo comes the latest Spark Trixx – specifically designed for “pulling off tricks” like never before.

Seabob Jet , meanwhile, will have the F5s this year – arguably the ultimate aquatic toy with lithium ion battery technology that produces 680Nm of torque and 4 kilowatts of power.It glides along at up to 20 km/h underwater but has a factory setting that shuts the engine off below a depth of 2.5 metres or if the rider lets go. You can tweak the depth to a maximum of 40 metres if inclined.

For affordable and fun family sailing, Henshaw Yachting is presenting the TIWAL 3.2 inflatable sailing dinghy. This nifty little boat is stable, comfortable and performs as well as a hard dinghy.

FAMILY FUN: The TIWAL 3.2 is an inflatable dinghy that weighs just 50 kilograms and packs up into two storage bags.

The TIWAL can take an adult and two children or two adults, weighs just 50 kilograms and comes in two storage bags – one for the hull and one for the structure and sail. It has a wide vee-shaped underbody to provide stability, while a sabre-shaped daggerboard and boom-less sail help with upwind ability and tacking.

Speaking of inflatables, Walker Bay will be offering a range of tenders, sailboats and water-sports accessories. Its most popular products include Airis kayaks, which inflate in around 10 minutes, and Airis stand-up paddleboards.

There’s also the Walker Bay rigid dinghy, an evergreen yacht tender that doubles as a sailing dinghy for kids.

RIB Force Inflatables will have 40 boats on display, mostly AB and Aurora boats covering fishing, sports and tender roles. The AB range is the number one brand in the US and first preference of the Caribbean superyacht fleet, with the larger models rated for 50 nautical miles offshore.

Whitewater Marine willdisplaythe premium Tigé wake-board and wake-surfing boats, boasting the latest technology and accessories.

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John Laws hits back at 2DayFM host Em Rusciano

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Radio veteran John Laws has hit back, in a private letter, at 2Day FM host Em Rusciano’s criticism of his earlier comments about female co-workers.
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Rusciano read the letter from Laws live on air on her show, Em Rusciano Show with Harley Breen, on Wednesday morning.

The letter ended “P.S. By the way, who are you?”

During an interview with Steve Price on The Project on Monday, Laws, who now broadcasts on 2SM, said he liked his female co-workers to “look feminine”.

Rusciano roasted Laws on her show on Tuesday, calling him an “irrelevant, sexist, misogynist idiot”.

On Tuesday, she told Fairfax Media: “In 2017, the fact a broadcaster could sit on national television and unashamedly pronounce that all the women in his office wear short skirts and he liked to look at them [is infuriating].”

During her on-air smackdown, Rusciano referred to Laws, 81, as a “glamorous corpse” and offered to appear as a guest on his show, saying she would turn up in a “three-piece suit and smoke a cigar”.

Laws turned down the invitation in his typed letter, which Rusciano also posted on Facebook.

“M (I hope I have spelt that correctly),” his letter began.

“I have been told about the phone call from your very charming producer Kim but I don’t know what you want.

“I can tell you what I don’t want, and that is to have some strange woman who I don’t know and probably don’t want to know, wander into my studio in a three-piece suit and smoking a cigar.

“Dear dear dear, you are a funny little person,” the letter continued.

“I don’t know what the future holds for you, but I do know it won’t include a so-called ‘irrelevant, sexist, misogynist idiot who shouldn’t be on air’.”

The letter, as Rusciano gleefully explained, was signed by Laws in green texta.

Rusciano was thrilled with Laws’ response.

“This is the most amazing letter I’ve ever received … I’m gonna be pen pals with John Laws, this is so exciting,” she joked, before extending an olive branch to the host.

“You are welcome on this show anytime,” she said, even offering Laws a job covering their gossip segment.

“But only if you wear a skirt,” Breen added.

Wil Anderson on how to find humour in a post-truth world

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ON THE BALL: Wil Anderson is bringing his Critically Wil show to Nelson Bay on June 2 and Belmont 16s on June 3. Tickets at proticket成都夜总会招聘.au.
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Finding humour in a “post truth” world where politicians write their own scriptsis challengingbut Wil Anderson has a formula.

It involves a little critical thinking.

“We have come to the point where we had Tony Abbottand now we have Donald Trump and it’s become ridiculous to the point where you’re like well, how can I make this funnier?,” Andersonasks Weekender.

“I mean, theleader of the free world said climate change was a plot by the Chinese to take over the world. He actually said that out loud. How do you make that funnier or more ridiculous?

“So that was one of the issues I faced with this show. I needed to talk about the world of Trump but I didn’t want to talk about Trump. For me it was about moving away from talking about personalities. It’s a bigger challenge but it leads to much more rewarding material.”

Andersonavoids mentioning politicians’ names in a show he describes as “incredibly political” and instead, talks about issues joke-worthy politicians are for and against.

“Imade that choice becausesome have now become so ridiculous and so unhinged to facts and reality that playing them in their environment was counterproductive to comedy,” he explains.

“For example,rather than me talking about how Pauline Hanson is an idiot because she doesn’t believe in vaccines, insteadwrite a routine about why I think people don’t believe about vaccines. Believe me, anti-vaxxers get a good run in my show.”

Anderson doesn’t set out to offend. And if his comedy is in any wayprovocative, the intention is to provoke thought and discussion rather than anger.

“I’m the sort of person who can read all the reviews and all the online comments,” Anderson explains.

“I’m aware that some of the things I say do shock and offend people but I never sit down to write thinking that I want to shock and offend people. I’m just saying what I think and not everyone agrees.”

Anderson has a list of puns based on his name and chooses one at random, months before writing his routine,to be the title of an upcoming tour. Critically Wil, funnily enough,ended up being spot on.

“The show is critical. We’ve gottento a point where we are believing what we want to believe rather than relying on facts. This is a post-truth, alternative-facts world,” he explains.

Wil AndersonCatch Wil Anderson at Nelson Bay Diggers on June 2 andBelmont 16s on June 3.

A southside suburb with a common ingredient to success

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Watson: The suburb to watch in Canberra’s inner northForde: Did you know one of Canberra’s greenest suburbs is in Gungahlin?Chapman: A suburb of renewal and luxury in Canberra’s west
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I’ve thought a lot about what makes a Canberra suburb’s local shops stand out from the crowd and, in my mind, there seems to be a common ingredient.

Coffee.

It’s one of the reasons Gowrie, a quaint suburb wedged in the middle of sprawling Tuggeranong, manages to grab the attention of southsiders, and beyond.

The suburb is home to Common Grounds, an establishment that has received positive reviews from many residents and seems to have drawn Canberrans from further afield.

It’s among a number of businesses located at the Gowrie shops, including an IGA supermarket, all opposite a playground, playing fields and Gowrie Primary School. /**/

When it comes to buying, Luton Properties Tuggeranong sales agent Mina Etminan says there was another shop that piqued the interest of prospective buyers: a discount pharmacy.

She says Gowrie was an affordable alternative to nearby suburbs like Fadden, Macarthur and Monash, but with many of the same drawcards.

It’s also close to larger shopping centres like Erindale and Chisholm.

“People on a more affordable budget can have a nice house in Gowrie,” she says.

“It offers very similar things: a nice view, a good neighbourhood, a good school.”

Gowrie’s median property price is $546,000, according to Allhomes data.

Etminan says the suburb attracted a range of buyers including lots of families, plus first-time purchasers and investors.

And those residents ready to upsize often looked for a larger home within their community.

“That is the beauty of Gowrie,” Ms Etminan says.

“People who live in Gowrie want to continue living in Gowrie.”

Lower Hunter hospital funding options questioned

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‘Big challenges’ face PPP-run hospitals | Photos | Video Maitland Hospital forum. Dr Ben Spies-Butcher, Macquarie University. Picture: Perry Duffin
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Maitland Hospital forum. Andrew Holland, ASMOF. Picture: Perry Duffin

Maitland Hospital forum. Hunter New England Local Health District chief executive Michael Di Rienzo. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland Cr Loretta Baker and Fairfax Media Lower Hunter editor Eve Nesmith. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Fairfax Media Lower Hunter editor Eve Nesmith. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland MP Jenny Aitchison. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland councillor Henry Meskauskas. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Doctors’ union ASMOF concerned about training for junior doctors under PPP at Lower Hunter hospital

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Junior doctor training fears | Photos | Video Maitland Hospital forum. Andrew Holland, ASMOF. Picture: Perry Duffin
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Maitland Hospital forum. Hunter New England Local Health District chief executive Michael Di Rienzo. Picture: Perry Duffin

Maitland Hospital forum. Picture: Perry Duffin

Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland Cr Loretta Baker and Fairfax Media Lower Hunter editor Eve Nesmith. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Fairfax Media Lower Hunter editor Eve Nesmith. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland MP Jenny Aitchison. Picture: Perry Duffin

Lower Hunter hospital forum in Maitland. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Lower Hunter hospital forum in Maitland. NSW Nurses and Midwives Association assistant general secretary Judith Kiejda. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland Mayor Cr Peter Blackmore. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland councillor Henry Meskauskas. Picture: Perry Duffin

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New Lower Hunter hospital to be two-to-three times the size of Maitland Hospital: Hunter New England Health

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New hospital will be bigger | Photos | Video Maitland Hospital forum. Hunter New England Local Health District chief executive Michael Di Rienzo. Picture: Perry Duffin
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Maitland Hospital forum. Picture: Perry Duffin

Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland Cr Loretta Baker and Fairfax Media Lower Hunter editor Eve Nesmith. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Fairfax Media Lower Hunter editor Eve Nesmith. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland MP Jenny Aitchison. Picture: Perry Duffin

Lower Hunter hospital forum in Maitland. Picture: Perry Duffin

Lower Hunter hospital forum in Maitland. Picture: Perry Duffin

Lower Hunter hospital forum in Maitland. NSW Nurses and Midwives Association assistant general secretary Judith Kiejda. Picture: Perry Duffin

Maitland Hospital forum. Picture: Perry Duffin

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Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland Mayor Cr Peter Blackmore. Picture: Perry Duffin

Maitland Hospital forum. Gerard Hayes, Health Services Union. Picture: Perry Duffin

Maitland Hospital forum. Maitland councillor Henry Meskauskas. Picture: Perry Duffin

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FFA Cup: Valentine wary of third-tier Newcastle Suns

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Jalon BrownA wary Valentine will be without striker Jalon Brown for their FFA Cup match with Zone premier league frontrunners Newcastle Suns at Connolly Park on Wednesday night.
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RD 11 (all 2.30pm): Saturday: Jaffas v Jets Youth, Valentine v Weston. Sunday: Adamstown v Maitland, Lakes v Edgeworth, Broadmeadow v Hamilton.

Valentine have been one of the success stories of the Northern NSW NPL this season and sit fourth despite a 1-0 loss to Edgeworth on Sunday.

Coach Darren Sills, though, was on guard for the Suns whileweighing up his line-up and an injury to his in-form American frontman.

“Jalon’s got an ankle injury and he’s out for tomorrow night and in doubt for the weekend,” Sills said.

“He’s done it once before in the States and had a cortisone through it, so we’ll see how he goes with physio.

“It will be interesting to see how we go because we’re a bit skinny up front.”

The Suns lead the third tier of NNSW Football with a squad including three-time state league leading scorer John Majurovski, ex-AIS scholarship player Kevin Davison and Alex, Aiden, Daniel and Andrew Palozzi. Sills saidJames Kline was another quality player at the Suns. More FFA Cup news, P37

** Two injury-time goals from Tye Jones gave West Wallsend a miraculous 2-1 win over Cessnock City in round 11 of Northern League One on the weekend.

Thornton Redbacks’ Nathan McAllister extended his edge in the leading goalscorer race to three goals with his 12thand 13thof the season in a 3-1 win over Belmont Swansea.

Alex Ihlow scored three goals for New Lambton but it was not enough to topple leaders Cooks Hill, who won5-4. South Cardiff beat Singleton 3-1 and Wallsend upset Kahibah 1-0.

The 95-year-old taking on China’s ‘great catastrophe’

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Bill Ryan, a veteran of the Kokoda campaign against the Japanese, says ‘s future depends on winning the battle against the giant coal mines proposed by Adani and other miners in Queensland’s Galilee Basin.
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“We went away to save ,” Mr Ryan, now 95, said outside the Sydney offices of mining contractor Downer on Tuesday. “If we don’t put a stop to these megamines???we’ll end up with a great catastrophe for .”

Mr Ryan was one of about 15 protesters from the Galilee Blockade group who tried to meet Downer chief executive Grant Fenn and other executives to encourage the firm to drop its “preferred contractor” status with Adani.

The Indian-owned miner wants to open up the Galilee with its proposed $16 billion-plus 60 million-tonne-a-year Carmichael mine.

The veteran, who was wounded in action in 1942 and later returned to fight in New Britain, has been arrested in previous protests against coal and coal seam gas.

“I know you’ve got to fight against things that are not right,” Mr Ryan said. “It’s a beautiful country and we can’t allow it to be damaged any more by outdated industries such as fossil fuels.”

Michael Sharp, a spokesman for Downer, said staff had been told in advance “if you can work from home, you should consider it”. Chief executive Mr Fenn was away for the day as well.

Mr Sharp dismissed protesters’ claims that Downer’s offices were largely empty, saying about 200 staff had turned up and others may be out visiting other facilities.

Downer would only become a contractor if it won Adani’s tender and the mine “had all the government and environmental approvals”, he said.

Critics have blasted the risks posed by opening up massive new coal mines at a time when global warming is already threatening the Great Barrier Reef. Some two-thirds of the region’s reefs have bleached in the past two summers as temperature thresholds exceed the tolerance levels of corals.

There are other concerns about Adani’s proposed unlimited access to groundwater and its rehabilitation plans if the mine ever gets developed.

Government backers, such as federal resources minister Matthew Canavan, argue the mine would generate thousands of jobs and displace dirtier coal being burnt by likely customers in India. ‘Resistance-style strategy’

Ben Pennings, a spokesman for Galilee Blockade, said the aim of the protest – and other planned against Downer – was to show “it’s worth their while to get out of bed with Adani”.

“We’re not after their jobs, or to close the road they’re working on, or the solar plant and the wind plant” or even other coal mines, he said.

The group plans “a resistance-style strategy to stop them entering what we consider to be a climate catastrophe and risk hundreds of millions of lives”, he said.

Mr Ryan, whose previous arrests include obstructing trains by squatting rail lines “on a number of occasions”, said non-violent action was needed because companies “take no notice otherwise”.

“We know we have the people with us and I’ll continue as long as I can push my walker around,” the Sutherland Shire resident said.