If you're looking for a particular company or job field, you could do some research at Glassdoor: https://www.glassdoor.com/Salaries/index.htm
Its different for different professions as a dentist i would se close to $70000/ yr
Good luck in your research.
You know, salaries can really differ depending on where you're located - it could vary by state, county, or even country. Let me share my own experience with you. I spent a good chunk of my life living on the east coast, working as a research tech for a maximum salary of $36,000. Then, my boss at the time asked me to relocate to Cincinnati with him, and guess what? My salary jumped to $63,000!
I wasn't aware at the time, but there was a trend of people in Cincinnati leaving research jobs to move into the industry sector, which generally pays more. They were stepping away from academic research. The research director at my Cincinnati workplace believed this was mainly due to the salary difference. So, the company decided to significantly boost their salaries in an attempt to keep their staff. But interestingly, people were still leaving. It turned out it wasn't just about the money, but also the way they were treated by some of their bosses. This is something that can happen anywhere, isn't it?
Now, while my salary increased with the move, my wife, who is a nurse, experienced a decrease in her pay. So, it really shows that your pay can be influenced by a number of factors - who you're working for, where you're living, and even what degrees you hold, whether in business, science, arts, and so on.
Luckily, I found a great person to work for, and things are going well for me. I'm doing the work I love, and my boss treats me well and values my contributions. So, remember, finding the right employer can make a world of difference.