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CARRIE UNDERWOOD WOOD 2004 Waitress $15,980* 0*

Yvette McGee Brown 1993 NOW County judge Ohio Sup. Ct. judge $86,500

$141,600

James Mahon James 1985 Psychotherapist Psycho

NOW Country singer inger $20 million llion

$22,500 $22,50

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Malia Delapenia 2006 Belly dancer $10,000

NOW Belly dancer $65,000

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Ronnie Kuley 2005 Firefighter $58,000

ALBERT PUJOLS 2000 Peoria Chiefs third baseman $2,750

NOW Fire lieutenant $93,190

WHAT PEOPLE EARN THEN&NOW

BARACK OBAMA 1997 Ill. state senator $48,403 NOW U.S. president $400,000

Jeffrey Saunders 2003 Body piercer

NOW Body piercer

Rev. Laura Gentry 2001 Lutheran pastor

NOW Laughter ambassador

$26,000

$34,000

NOW L.A. Angels first baseman $14.5 million

Deborah Coley-Lee 2007 Lunchroom worker $5,300

NOW Lunchroom worker $8,670

Darryl Michaelson 1994 Cat furniture maker $75,000

NOW Cat furniture maker $55,000

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Broke the orange juice machine during a stint at McDonald’s. Read the weather on local TV, often mentioning forecasts of fictional cities.

Paid the rent by being a clown at kids’ parties.

number that was realistic stic about what it would take to start an upscale le cupcake business in Manhattan,” says series ies cocreator Michael Patrick King, whose sister ran a bakery in Pennsylvania, “and also seem impossible given where the girls are in their lives and where the economy is.” Track their progress Mondays on CBS (8:30 p.m. ET).

Shucked corn for $4 an hour during the summer.

C Cindy Crawford A David Letterman

P Bruce Willis’s house in Idaho

Q: Is it easier for stars to sell their homes? —E. Walter, Hollywood, Calif.

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B Rachel McAdams

names give their properties an initial boost of attention, celebrities

Are actors really worth the millions they get paid? —Luz Gamir, Calif.

Studios pay big bucks for the exposure stars bring. Take Reese Witherspoon, who reportedly earned nearly $30 million in 2011: Her last three films weren’t blockbusters, but “she and other A-listers appeal to an international audience,” says Exhibitor Relations’ Jeff Bock. “And there are cable showings, DVDs—that’s a good investment for a studio.”

are still at the mercy of factors like market strength, location, and competitive pricing. Tour Bruce Willis’s Idaho home, which at press time was listed for $15 million, at Parade.com/willis.

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Then & Now A peek at American paychecks over the past 30 years: the ups, the downs, and the surprising turnarounds thirty years ago, as parade’s editors were putting together the first edition of What People Earn, I was landing my first gig in publishing: associate editor at Teen Beat. Not exactly the Woodward-and-Bernstein assignment I’d imagined as a journalism major at New York University, but it was a job! And interviewing up-and-coming stars like Michael J. Fox and Matthew Perry proved to be the perfect entrée to dream positions at Entertainment Weekly, LIFE, People, and, in 2010, PARADE. That’s my story. But what about the folks featured over the years in What People Earn? arn? Was Doug Olson, who appeared ared on our 1983 cover, still teaching ng science? Was Charlene Rose-Masuda still getting MAGGIE MURPHY by as a Dolly Parton on impersonator? Executive editor Brad Dunn and THEN NOW reporters Jeryl Brunner, Mari Kasanuki, and Emmet Sullivan tracked down over 100 people from past WPE issues and asked: Are you happy at work? rk? How did the recession affect you? Do you dream of finding a new job? The answers offer a revealing look at the workforce in these uncertain ertain times. I invite you to share your own story at Parade.com/jobs. m/jobs. And to the hardworking folks we’ve profiled over the years, let me say, on behalf of PARADE’s 131 employees, we’ve loved doing business siness with you. —Maggie Murphy, editor in chief

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SUZANNE COLLINS TV writer

$31,300*

Author

$10 million

Collins, 49, began her writing career in 1991 in children’s TV, with such credits as THEN Clarissa Explains It All and The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo. She then transitioned to kids’ books, penning the best-selling Underland Chronicles series before really hitting a nerve with 2008’s The Hunger Games, the first book in a trilogy set in a postapocalyptic North America where children are forced into a televised battle to the death. The film version debuted in March and grossed $155 million its first weekend, the third-biggest opening ever. NOW

DOUG OLSON 1983, age 30 Bainbridge Island, Wash. Teacher

$18,700

2012, age 59 Bainbridge Island, Wash. Retired teacher

$42,000 (pension)

“Teaching kept me young. You only have kids for one year, but you hope that your work influences them across a lifetime.”

SUPENN HARRISON 1997, age 51 Minneapolis Restaurateur

$80,000

2012, age 65 Minneapolis Restaurateur

$36,000

Harrison’s Thai restaurants—the Twin Cities’ first—have struggled. She’s had to cut staff hours and uses coupons to lure customers. “But I have to try to be positive.”

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RICKY HUDDLESTON 2000, age 42 McAlester, Okla. Rodeo cowboy

2012, age 54 McAlester, Okla. Road maint. supervisor

$103,000

DENNIS SALISBURY 2002, age 58 Joelton, Tenn. Sporting goods store owner

$80,000

2012, age 68 Joelton, Tenn. Sporting goods store owner

$75,000

“I have always enjoyed the relationships we have with our customers—we have some that go back three generations.”

CYNTHIA WRIGHT 1991, age 38 Elk Point, S.D. Romance writer

$52,500

2012, age 59 Lodi, Calif. E-book author

$59,000

After her best-selling books went out of print, Wright began e-publishing her work. “It’s never too late to rewrite the story of your own life.”

$45,000

JUANA HORTON 2003, age 49 Providence, R.I. CEO, translation service company

$300,000

2012, age 58 Cranston, R.I. CEO, translation service company

$260,000

“We provide interpreters to hospitals and clinics. If you’re misdiagnosed and don’t speak English, it could prove fatal.”

MICHELE GROOT 2010, age 30 Omaha, Neb. Legal assistant

$18,500

IT’S MAN AGAINST ANIMAL, BUT YOU’RE REALLY COMPETING AGAINST YOURSELF.”

2012, age 32 Omaha, Neb. Insurance analyst

$36,000

Groot resigned her law job after six years without advancement. She found work as a long-term disability claims analyst—with room for growth.

There was a time when Huddleston logged nearly 100,000 miles a year wrestling steers for a living. “I was in every state in the THEN continental United States and five provinces in Canada,” he ssays. But all the driving—and time away from his family—got old, and a the salary was less than steady. “You have to do well to get paid. You have to win win,” he says. “I broke my elbow and tha that slowed me down, so I gradually quit.” In 2006, he went back to work in quit. road maintenance, his profession b before starting on the rodeo circuit. Today he’s a rodeo judge, but he’s wistf wistful about leaving the ring. “There’s som something I miss about [competing in rrodeos]. I would love to be 20 years younger and still doing it. It’s man against animal, but you’re really competing against yourself.” NOW

SNOOKI Reality TV star

$45,000

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$1.6 million

As the breakout star of MTV’s hit reality show Jersey Shore, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, 24, introduced audiences THEN to a world of tanning and fist-pumping in 2009. From selling her own books and sunglasses to promoting a spray-tan sp line, the 4-fo 4-foot-9 “guidette” has parlayed her real reality TV fame into seri serious money. The sala salary above is based on her $100,000-perep episode deal for sseason 4, but with her miniempire of self-branded products, the m mom-to-be will likely enjoy an even bigger windfall next year. NOW

HAI ON 1993, age 29 Anchorage Architect

$32,000

2012, age 48 Kawaihae, Hawaii Architect

$10,500

“It was difficult working in Alaska. I came to the Big Island for the quality of life. Working 24/7 is not important.”

LAURA GERSON 2001, age 30 Atlanta Media consultant

$60,000

2012, age 41 Los Angeles Mom, blogger

$0

“After my husband had to move for work, I started Momangeles.com. I love sharing finds with other moms.”

SUSAN POSNICK 1985, age 33 Dallas Makeup artist

$50,000

2012, age 60 Dallas CEO, cosmetics firm

$140,000

After a bout with skin cancer, Posnick created makeup that helps block the sun—and built a company around it.

PAUL SINCLAIR 2004, age 52 Indianapolis Tennis pro

$48,000

2012, age 60 Indianapolis Tennis coach

JOHNNY DEPP 1983, age 20 Los Angeles Salesman

$13,500*

2012, age 48 France Actor

$50 million

Before he got his break on TV’s 21 Jump Street, Depp sold ink pens over the phone to make ends meet.

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NFL head coach

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$58,200

2012, age 45 Fargo, N.D. Social worker

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$660,000

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CHARLENE ROSE-MASUDA 1994, age 44 Los Angeles Dolly Parton impersonator

$25,000

MARSHALL KELLEY 1996, age 46 Pine Bluff, Ark. Funeral director

$45,000

2012, age 62 Pine Bluff, Ark. Funeral director

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It’s not easy morphing into someone else for a living: “You have to really, really practice her makeup,” Rose-Masuda says of the years she’s spent becoming the Queen of Country. THEN Thanks to all the wigs and the custommade shoes and costumes, “I’m going broke keeping up!” The investment has paid off, though: Rose-Masuda has Parton’s official stamp of approval; she’s performed as the singer all around the world and has even played her on film. Best of all, she’s actually spent time with her. “Every impersonator’s dream is to meet the person they impersonate—and to own one of their original pieces of clothing. I’ve been lucky enough to do both.” Carving a career out of imitation is no mean feat, but for Rose-Masuda it’s all about enjoying her work. “I’m the mother to five boys, so it’s fun playing dress-up,” she says. And there’s a serious side, too. “Over the years I’ve done many fund-raisers and charity events for organizations like the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. That in itself is very rewarding.”

Kelley chose his field because the work would be steady, but he’s remained because he feels his calling is to “take care of families who are grieving.”

2005, age 39 Ann Arbor, Mich. Martial arts instructor

2012, age 61 Torrance, Calif. Dolly Parton impersonator

2012, age 58 Charleston, S.C. Tour guide

$7,200

Pstrak loves to give his carriage tours, but he’s had to cut back to focus on his other part-time jobs: hospital lab technician and travel agent.

JUDY GEORGE 1988, age 47 Milton, Mass. Chain store CEO

$100,000

2012, age 71 Milton, Mass. Design entrepreneur

$145,000

TRACY VISER 1988, age 28 Houston, Tex. Matador

$30,000

2012, age 51 Montgomery, Tex. Art school owner

$157,000

“After retiring from bullfighting in 1998, I got a master’s in art and lived in Italy. I always thought it would be great to teach; now I have my own art school.”

How Happy Are You? Many of the people pictured here said they had found their dream job. Others told us they were way off track. Now we want to hear from you. PARADE and Yahoo! Finance are teaming up to discover how Americans view their jobs and work cultures, their career priorities and prospects. How would you answer the following? • Would you fire your boss if you could? • Would you rather have a 5 percent raise or two more weeks of vacation? • If you could start over, would you pick the same field? • Would you be friends with your colleagues if you didn’t work with them? • What one piece of advice would you give a young person starting a career today? Take our survey, and look for the results in a future issue of PARADE. Plus, sign up to be in our next salary report. Go to Parade.com/jobs.

George sold her furniture retail business and started over. It was a good move, she says. “I feel and look better than I have in 20 years.”

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$118,000

$200,000

1990, age 33 Billings, Mont. Graphic artist

$290 million

$23,000

Winfrey left local TV to start what became the most popular talk show ever. Her earnings after mid-2011 may shrink with her network’s money woes.

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What Does The Settlement Provide? The Settlement establishes a medical monitoring program and fund to provide eligible Class Members with free medical monitoring at Thomas Memorial Hospital in South Charleston, West Virginia. Medical monitoring will only be provided if the Court approves the Settlement and after any appeals are resolved. If you are eligible to participate, you will receive medical monitoring only. You will not be paid money or other benefits. If you live in the class area but do not qualify for medical monitoring, you will not be able to sue for medical monitoring in the future. How is Eligibility Determined? The need for medical monitoring depends on how much exposure a person had, so not everyone who lived, worked or attended school in the area will be eligible. You must meet certain time and age requirements to qualify. Details on eligibility criteria can be found on the website. How Do I Participate? If you wish to participate in the free medical testing, or you want your neighbors to have an opportunity to participate,

What Are Your Options? Object: You can object to the Settlement or the award of attorneys’ fees and costs. You must object in writing postmarked no later than June 7, 2012 to the Clerk of the Court, Circuit Court of Putnam County, 3389 Winfield Road, Winfield, WV 25213. If you have no objection to the Settlement, you do not have to do anything, other than request a Registration Packet if you would like the opportunity to participate. Appear or Speak: You can appear at the hearing, but you don’t have to. You can hire your own attorney, at your own expense, to appear or speak for you at the hearing. If you want to appear or speak at the hearing, you must include your notice to appear with your objection. When Will The Court Decide? The Court has appointed The Calwell Practice PLLC of Charleston, West Virginia to represent you at no cost to you. A hearing will be held on June 18, 2012 at 9:00 a.m., in Courtroom 1, at the Putnam County Courthouse, 3389 Winfield Road, Winfield, WV 25213 to consider whether to approve the Settlement and a request for attorneys’ fees and costs. Get More Information For more detailed information, to register, or view any Court documents, visit www.BibbClass.com, call toll-free 1-877-552-1274, or write to: Bibb Class, PO Box 1031, Minneapolis, MN 55440-1031.

$67,500

Potter quit his newspaper graphics job to become a fine artist. “I moved to a high mountain valley and I’m now living my dream: painting in my pajamas.”

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Are You Affected? You are included in the medical monitoring class, if you worked full time, attended school full time, or lived in Putnam and Kanawha county area of West Virginia known as the ”Class Area” between January 1, 1948 and September 30, 2010. You do not need to live in the Nitro area now if you lived in the Nitro area in the past. However, everyone will not be eligible for medical monitoring. You can review a complete description of the eligibility criteria and a map of the area involved on the website or by calling the toll free number listed below.

you need to contact the Notice Administrator by June 7, 2012 to request a Registration Packet. You can contact the Notice Administrator at 1-877-552-1274 or sign up to receive updates at www.Bibbclass.com. You will then be notified about the results of the Fairness Hearing along with registration information. If you do not contact the Notice Administrator then it is up to you to find out if the Settlement gets approved. If you wish to participate you must register by October 16, 2012. After approval, the Registration and Program Administrator will be the firm of Flaherty, Sensabaugh and Bonasso of Charleston, WV. If you do not want to participate in the medical monitoring, you do not have to do anything. If you do nothing, you will not receive any further notice regarding this Settlement.

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What Is This Case About? A Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit against Monsanto Company and various others (the “Defendants”) about whether air emissions from burning waste materials at the old Monsanto chemical plant in Nitro, West Virginia and other locations in the area created a significant health risk requiring diagnostic medical examinations. The case in the Circuit Court of Putnam County, West Virginia is called Bibb v. Monsanto Company, No. 04-C-465. The Court has appointed the The Calwell Practice PLLC of Charleston, WV, to represent the Class.

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$64,000

BRUCE SCHACTLER

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$1 million

$40,000

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“There are days of boredom, but also flashes of great excitement,” Schactler says. “I love the freedom to roam the ocean and work for yourself.”

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2012, age 59 Kodiak, Alaska Commercial fisherman

RONALD SONNIER

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$95,000

$31,500

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$70,000

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$22,700 $900,000

HENRY FOUST 2001, age 43 Pittsboro, N.C. Teacher

$39,000

2012, age 55 Pittsboro, N.C. Teacher

$58,400

“It’s wonderful to see kids 20 years later and learn what they got out of my class. And now I teach their kids, too!”

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$62,200

2012, age 48 Denver Master stylist

$64,000

Clarke’s at the same hair salon, but she’s cut back her hours to travel more. “I work less, but get paid more for it. I’m okay with that!”

As a struggling actor in New York in the ’80s, Buscemi, 54, worked as a THEN firefighter (and, at various points, as a dishwasher and an ice cream truck driver) before emerging as a scene stealer in such film lms as Reservoir Dog Dogs; he’s also sta starred in six Co Coen brothers mo movies, including Fargo. Last year, Farg he won a Golden Globe for his portrayal of a corrupt treasurer on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, earning $75,000 an episode. NOW

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$18,000

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$211,000

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$52,000

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$10,800

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$22,700

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$35,000

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$61,500

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$18,000

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