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Joe's Crab Shack LLC laborers see wages hovering around $9.76 per hour, excluding $16.50 for overtime. The data in this summary comes from the PayScale salary survey.
Job (Number Reporting)
|$7.93 - $12.78|
|Hourly Rate||$7.93 - $12.78|
|$2.91 - $12.89|
|Hourly Rate||$2.91 - $12.89|
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 8 Nov 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 27
Once employees enter the five- to ten-year zone, average pay hits the approximately $12.97 mark. By and large, the biggest segment of Joe's Crab Shack LLC's workforce (67 percent) have been working for one to four years and take home $9.50 per hour.
Within the company, workers earn the highest pay (an average of $10.50 per hour) in Texas.
The highest average salaries go to Line Cooks, who bring in close to $10.00, though Bartenders are not far behind at about $7.13.
Those lacking certification bring in much lower salaries than Certified ServSafe Food Handlers, who make around $11.00.
Employees who count Customer Service among their skills tend to enjoy higher pay; the median for this group is $12.97.
Health insurance is part of the package for over one-half of workers, and for half, dental coverage is too.
$9 - $12
$8 - $12
|Extremely satisfied||Rated 5 out of 5
based on 5 votes.
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