Deacons are generally not compensated for being "deacons". However, if they hold a position within the diocese or parish, in addition to being a deacon, they would be compensated in due course for holding that position, as would anyone else who might not be a deacon but hold that position.
In other words, no, unless they are hired into a postion by the diocese or a parish.
For example, one of my deacon brothers is assigned to his home parish. He is not compensated in that capacity. He also serves as director of religious education in another parish. He is compensated in that role.
Another example. One of my deacon brothers is assigned to his home parish as a deacon. He also serves in an administrative role with the diocese full time. He is only compensated for the latter.
I have been assigned to serve as deacon to a neighboring parish to my longtime home parish. (I have since changed parishes as has my family and am now a member of the parish where I serve) I facilitate the marriage preparation program there, I teach RCIA there, I facilitate the weekly Eucharistic Adoration there, I work with the weekly men's group there. I am the advocate for parties in nullity procedings from that parish as well. I also serve on the altar weekly and occasionally preach there. I am not compensated for those roles.
I have a full time job as an attorney.