The good news is that the average salary that a Pennsylvania State Trooper earns is much more than the national average. Pennsylvania State Troopers earn an average starting salary of $37,637.
Pennsylvania State Trooper salaries vary by state and county, from $15,000 to $20,000 (depending on state). The average Pennsylvania State Trooper salary is $18,890. So, according to Wikipedia, Pennsylvania State Troopers are paid a minimum of $13,000 per year, and Pennsylvania State Troopers are paid an average of $18,800 per year.
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Pennsylvania is a fairly small state, and thus the average state trooper salary is lower than other states. The fact that it is lower is mostly due to the high cost of living in Pennsylvania. The average state trooper salary in Pennsylvania is 9,800, so if you want to live in Pennsylvania then you would need an average of 10,800. I also have no idea what a “high-flying” state trooper would do in a job that pays a minimum of 13,000 per year.
For those of you who might be wondering if this is a good or a bad thing. It’s a good thing. I’m sure you have many questions about how it works, but I can’t tell you how it works. I can tell you that it’s very easy to get a job as a state trooper. The average salary is around $30,000, so if you want to live in Pennsylvania then you’d need an average of $30,000.
But if you want to live in Wisconsin and you want to get a job as a state trooper, youd need an average of 10,800. The average salary for a Wisconsin state trooper is 32,000, so if you want to live in Wisconsin, youd need an average of 32,000.
My friends and family think its funny how the state police is in such high demand and then the police departments in California, Florida, and Illinois are all way below that. This is because every state has a different police force. California has the largest police force in the country, and we are definitely not alone in this. It’s hard to determine what the average salary for a police officer is because every state has a different police force.
The average police officer in Pennsylvania is $51,000 a year, and in California $73,000. Some states have slightly higher, and some slightly lower. In Wisconsin the average is $54,000, and in Illinois $68,000.
In Pennsylvania, the police are the law, and they get paid well for that. In California the police are part of the government, and they get paid well for that. In Wisconsin the police are part of the government, and they get paid well for that. In Illinois, the police are part of the government, but they get paid well for that.
The difference is clear in terms of the amount of police work the police do in state prisons. In California, the police do most of the work. In Wisconsin, the police do most of the work. In Illinois, the police do most of the work. In California, the police do most of the work.