While Alex Trebek's exact salary per episode of the TV show, Jeopardy was not found, Celebritynetworth.com states that Trebek's annual salary is $10 Million with a net worth of $50 Million.
According to the Jeopardy Game Mechanics, the game was taped twice a week, 5 shows a day, 3 weeks a month and 9 months a year. Upon computing, there are around 270 episodes a year and with his annual salary of $10 Million, he's probably getting $37,037 per episode.
Alex Trebek was born on July 22, 1940, in Sudbury, Canada. In 1966 he decided to shift his focus from journalism to hosting game shows. He became the host of the Canadian quiz show Reach for the Top. His first American television gig was as host of the short-lived 1973 NBC game show The Wizard of Odds. In 1984, ABC hired him to host Merv Griffin's trivia show called Jeopardy!.
Of interest, Game show hosts' salaries can be quite impressive, depending on a number of factors. If you're looking for a lucrative career, becoming a game show host isn't a terrible choice as long as you're willing to put in a lot of hard work and be fortunate enough to be cast on a show that's either been on the air for decades, or is a big hit in prime time even for a short period. How much do your favorite gameshow hosts make? Visit Gameshows.about.com to know.