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Dance
Peter Martins
$619,000

Artistic director, New York City Ballet


Angel Corella and Julie Kent
$171,000 each

Principal dancers, American Ballet Theatre

Magdalena Piekarz
$48,000

Teacher, Arthur Murray Dance Studios

Sports
Paul Tagliabue
$8 million

Commissioner, National Football League

Don Garber
$1.25 Million

Commissioner, Major League Soccer


Larry Brown
$10 million

Head coach, New York Knicks

Isiah Thomas
$6.7 million

General manager, New York Knicks

Brian Cashman
$1 million

General manager, New York Yankees

Omar Minaya
$700,000

General manager, New York Mets

Joe Torre
$6.4 million

Manager, Yankees

Willie Randolph
$630,000

Manager, Mets

Tom Coughlin
$2.75 million

Head coach, New York Giants

Herman Edwards
$2 million

Head coach, New York Jets

Eli Manning
$7.5 million

Quarterback, Giants

Chad Pennington
$9.1 million

Quarterback, Jets

Adrian Awasom
$230,000

Rookie defensive end, Giants

Alex Rodriguez
$25.2 million

Third baseman, Yankees

Pedro Martinez
$13.25 million

Pitcher, Mets

Steve Crampton
$9,900

Pitcher, Newark Bears
($450 per week for 22 weeks, plus $18 per diem on road trips)

Stephon Marbury
$17.5 million

Point guard, Knicks

Jason Kidd
$17.3 million

Point guard, New Jersey Nets

Trevor Ariza
$398,762

Final 2004 draft pick, Knicks

Becky Hammon
$89,000

All-Star guard, New York Liberty

Norm Roberts
$300,000

Head basketball coach, St. John’s

Patrick Magnan
$7,800

Head basketball coach, defending Manhattan champions Frederick Douglass Academy (in addition to his teacher’s salary)

Marv Albert
$750,000

TV play-by-play announcer, Nets

Mike and the Mad Dog
$2.7 million

Talk-radio hosts, WFAN
($1.4 million for Mike, $1.3 million for the Mad Dog)

Government
Gregory Burke
$18,444

Private first class, United States Army, stationed in Iraq
(includes $130 monthly hazardous-duty fee)

John Wright
$45,625

National Guardsman, Penn Station


Kofi Annan
$341,094

Secretary-general, United Nations

Hillary Clinton
$162,100

United States senator

Charles Rangel
$162,100

United States congressman

George Pataki
$179,000

Governor

Eliot Spitzer
$151,500

State attorney general

Sheldon Silver
$121,000

State Assembly speaker

Joseph Bruno
$120,500

State Senate majority leader

Michael Bloomberg
$1

Mayor
(official mayor’s salary: $195,000)

Peter Madonia
$162,800

Mayor’s chief of staff

Kevin Sheekey
$270,842

Bloomberg reelection campaign manager

Cristyne Nicholas
$238,981

CEO and president, NYC & Company tourism bureau

John Doherty
$162,800

Commissioner, Sanitation Department

Lori Lyons
$48,996

Garbagewoman


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