How much do pole dancers make? – Pole Dancing For Beginners

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The average pole-dancer salary in 2015 was $15,650 according to the US Department of Labor, based on data released by the Department of Labor. The annual report from the US Labor Department shows average yearly earnings for pole dance instructors range between $13,750 and $17,000. (The actual salary varies depending on the location, the type of teacher and the number of years you’re in the profession.)

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There are several types of pole dance instructors. You might be a full-time instructor on a regular basis. This is when you’re paid daily from a monthly subscription, with a monthly income as high as $1,625 – about $16,000 in 2016 dollars.

Or you might be a student-only instructor. This is where you’re taught weekly or twice per semester. In order to be considered a full-time instructor, you must have at least three years of experience as a pole dancer.

Most, if not all, pole dancers work at the professional level (meaning full-time work with a studio or a corporate partner) and do it regularly. The average working year is more like 17 months, which translates to $26,300 annually.

Pole dancer salaries for USA states and territories:

California : $13,950

(source: http://www.labor.gov/employment/salaries/salaries.asp)

: $13,950 Oregon : $27,500

: $27,500 Alaska : $30,000

: $30,000 Delaware : $35,000

: $35,000 Hawaii : $44,000

: $44,000 New Jersey : $49,000

: $49,000 Maine : $54,500

: $54,500 Texas : $55,000

:- Total : $67,300

: $67,300 Colorado : $75,350

: $75,350 New Mexico : $100,100

: $100,100 Oregon : $122,500

: $122,500 North Dakota : $125,900

: $125,900 Hawaii : $150,500

: $150,500 New Mexico : $152,300

: $152,300 South Dakota : $160,100

: $160,100 Arizona: $174,300

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