This is a bit of a how long is a piece of string question.
Alot depends on which state you are in, whether you mean route service or charter driver, full time, part time or casual.
As a general rule, a bus driver will get paid the same rate whether he has been in the job 6 months or 20 years. Some companies have a "service grant" which is measured on years of service, but this only makes up $15-30 of your total pay packet each week anyway.
As a general rule, in Melbourne, a full time route service driver would take home approximately $800-1100 a week for a 40 hour week. It varies from week to week as some weeks you will work a straight Monday to Friday roster, other weeks your roster will include weekend days, which are paid at the applicable penalty rates.
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