The NFL season is upon us and while the teams in the NFL may be on the rise, the jobs aren’t.

According to a recent survey, jobs in the United States are not getting better.

The Fox Sports Salary Watch blog looked at job listings from across the country, from local sports teams to national chains, to see how the NFL is doing and to see which NFL team has the worst job market.

The average salary for a full-time job in the US is $69,500 and the average weekly salary for that job is $869.

In other words, a full time job pays a salary of $70,000 and the week of week is a week with about $1,000.

This is a significant wage gap, according to the study.

For comparison, the median income for Americans is about $35,000 a year, so a fulltime job would pay you $2,700 a week.

And for a part-time, full-hour job, it would pay about $4,300 a week, according the Fox Sports salary watch blog.

In the NFL, the gap is even bigger.

The average full- or part- time salary for the NFL in 2015 was $65,000, and the median salary for full- time jobs in 2016 was $49,000 per week.

This year, the average full time salary is about half that, and a part time job is about four times the median.

It is no secret that the NFL’s salary cap is skyrocketing and the NFL players are demanding a raise.

The salary cap for a season is expected to be $100 million, so it is clear that the salary gap isn’t getting any smaller.

The only thing that is getting better for the average worker is that salaries are rising, according Fox Sports.

The study also found that the median wage for a person working full time is $58,000 while the median for a worker who works part time is about 40 percent higher.

So what does this mean for the future of the NFL?

Fox Sports says it is important to understand the numbers behind these statistics because it can be a difficult decision for the league to make when it comes to player salaries.

The numbers below show how the average NFL salary is growing.

The bottom line is that there is a huge gap between the median pay for a job in 2017 and that for a year ago.

If we assume that a full salary for 2017 will be $65.000, then the average salary of a full year of work for 2017 is $7,300.

The median salary of full- and part-timers is about the same, but the gap between them is growing more rapidly than the gap for full time workers.

It makes sense that the league would want to improve the salaries of full time employees, but there is also a big gap between what a player earns for a single week and what a full team makes.

The salary gap for the top earners has grown to nearly $2 million, according a Fox Sports analysis.

This number doesn’t include the $1.7 million per year that players get as part of the collective bargaining agreement, which makes it a bit higher.

So the gap in compensation for the most valuable players in the league is larger than what is going on in the broader workforce.

Fox Sports has also created a calculator to help determine if a player’s performance on the field will be affected by their salary.

In the last two years, players have earned more than $1 billion for their contracts.

The gap in average salaries between players and their employers has grown, making it a difficult choice for the owners and coaches to make.

The study was based on job listings and salaries from across various sports, including baseball, football, basketball, hockey, basketball and lacrosse.

The NFL has struggled to fill some positions in recent years, but it is still the most popular sport in the country.

The NFL salary cap of $100 billion will increase to $120 billion in 2020.

In 2020, the salary cap will be about $110 billion, according an estimate from Sports Business Daily.