How much does a percussion instrument technician make?
FourFourFive is a weekly feature in which FourFourFourTwo seeks to answer the fundamental questions people are asking about the work and career of the people who make and play percussion instruments.
It started in 2010, when our team of editors and writers decided to take a stab at figuring out what it’s like to work in the world of percussion.
We’ve been asked before how much we actually make and what it pays.
This is the answer we’re here to give.
So, what do percussion technicians make?
Let’s start with the basics.
The median annual salary for a percussion technician is $75,000.
That’s $15,000 less than the median hourly wage for all workers, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data from January 2017.
That makes a total of $3.3 million a year for a technician.
The highest-paid performer in the industry is the percussion technician, with a salary of $125,000, according, according TOEFL.
That puts a technician’s salary at more than twice that of the highest-earning male performer, which is, of course, James Blake.
The highest-paying female percussion technician makes $48,000 a year, according the TOEFF report.
The average pay for a drum technician is less than $50,000 and the lowest-paid female drummer is only $16,000 per year.
It’s also worth noting that while we used the Bureau of Labour Statistics figures to work out how much a drum player makes, we used a different set of figures.
The figures are based on a survey of drum technicians conducted by the Drum Techs Association, and are representative of the entire drum industry.
So while the survey’s sample size may not be representative of drum technician wages, the findings do provide a good baseline for how much people in the drum world make.
For a drum teacher, the median annual wage for a full-time employee is $79,000 but the median salary for drum technicians is just under $60,000 for the same position.
That means a full time teacher making $150,000 annually can expect to make between $25,000 to $30,000 in annual salary.
For a part-time drum technician, the same salary range is $60 to $70,000 with a median annual pay of $60.
For an electrician, the most common pay scale is hourly, with an average salary of just over $15 per hour, according ToEff.
That salary range applies to a full range of jobs.
The salary range for a bassist is between $40,000 – $50 of which can be in the range of $20,000-to- $30-million annually.
The most common type of salary for an electricist is a starting salary of around $75k annually, with the lowest salary for bassists coming in at $32,000 an annual salary range.
That leaves about $50k in annual wage, which makes a full bassist making about $80,000 annual income.
What do drum technicians make on average?
The average hourly wage is $25.80 per hour.
That sounds pretty low, but that’s because the average salary for any position is set by the BLS.
The BLS calculates hourly earnings based on data collected by a survey called the Drum Technician Salary Survey.
The survey is administered by the Association of Drum Technicians.
In 2018, there were 1.6 million drum technicians nationwide.
The BLS collects data about the types of jobs in which drum technicians work and the types that drum technicians want to pursue.
For example, in 2018, Drum Technologists are paid to do various types of mechanical work, which includes, but is not limited to, electrical work, welding, painting, and machining.
In that same survey, Drum Technician Pay ranges are set by different companies.
For an electric drum technician like me, my hourly wage range is around $30k to $35k per year, which means I make around $25k per month.
For drum technician salaries, that’s around $70k a year.
That’s all the data we have to work with to figure out how Drum Technists make money.
What’s left is the question of how much is enough?
We asked some of the drum techs we know about to explain.
We also asked some people we know to answer a few questions about their work and their career.
Below are some of our questions and answers, along with a list of companies that we spoke with.
As you can see, drum technicians have to be passionate about their craft and are constantly striving to be better.
Drum Technologist pay ranges vary from the very low to the very high.
Some drum technicians earn less than a drum instructor and others earn $100k.
A drum technician working in the oil industry earns an average of $30 an hour.
It also depends on the job. Some jobs