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Highest Paying Jobs Advertised in America

Updated on March 27, 2019
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Ms. Inglish is a successful Employment & Training pro, setting Midwest regional records with tens of thousands placed in gainful employment.


How to Find the High Paying Jobs

Some of the most highly paid job titles in America may not be advertised at all.

They may be within the hidden job market (advertised only in-house by companies), or available only to Executive Recruiters with which a potential job candidate might need to register and pay for the privilege of such information.

Considering Internet-advertised jobs of all pay scales, two job search engines collect all of the jobs everywhere they appear on the Internet, making these vacant positions and their requirements publicly accessible. These two are and Use them both to find the most jobs advertised at any one time, because some companies are picked up by one and not the other search engine.

Analysts' Results for High Paying Jobs


The 10 highest paid American positions of 2018 are:

  1. Physician: Average annual salary over $195,000
  2. Pharmacy Manager
  3. Pharmacist
  4. Enterprise Architect (IT)
  5. Corporate Counsel (Attorney)
  6. Software Development Manager (IT)
  7. Physician Assistant
  8. Software Engineering Manager (IT)
  9. Nurse Practitioner: Many of these professionals can serve as a Physician Assistant
  10. Software Architect (IT) maintains a list of the following Top 5 Highest Salary Jobs:

1) Chief Executive Officers

  • Avg Annual Salary $240,903
  • Avg hours of work = 45 hours per week.
  • Average hourly earnings: $103 or more per hour

2) Physicians and Surgeons

  • $139,849
  • 2,100 hours per year worked on average at $66+/hour

3) Dentists

  • $133,777
  • 2,032 hours per year at $65.82/hour

4) Attorneys

  • $126,530
  • 2,179 hours per year at $58+/hour

5) Aircraft Pilots and Flight Engineers

  • $120,505
  • 1,264 hours per year = Avg of only 24 hours per week (By law and regulation, these workers are limited to a lower number of work days than other full-time employees in other occupations, because of the recovery time between workdays and mental concentration required by the human body in these jobs)
  • $95+/hour

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Top 10 Highest Paid Jobs, lowest to highest salary, from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2015 - 2017:

  1. Psychiatrists - $166,000+ annual salary
  2. CEO - $167,000+
  3. Family/General Practitioners - $168,000+
  4. Physicians and Surgeons - $178,000+
  5. Physicians: Internists - $183,900+
  6. OB-GYN - $208,000+
  7. Orthodontists - $206,000+
  8. Oral Surgeons - $210,000+
  9. Anesthesiologists: $211,000+
  10. Surgeons: $219,000+

We can see from this list that all of the 10 job titles are directly involved in the Healthcare Industry, although CEOs can be physicians as they lead healthcare organizations. It is reasonable to assume, then, that a proportion of the CEOs in this list are also physicians.

The US Bureau of Statistics therefore shows that the position of physician is generally the most highly paid in the USA, although some non-doctor CEOs receive larger compensation packages, especially in bonuses. The last phenomenon has been a point of contention between the Federal Government and Corporate America, especially during the Great Recession from 2008 - 2010.

A High-Paid Professional
A High-Paid Professional | Source

Highest Salaries Advertised

Highest Paid Physician Jobs on Through 2020

Over one thousand American physicians will be paid over $250,000 annually, advertised by the following top firms:

  1. Fidelis Partners
  2. The Curare Group, Inc.
  3. Delta Physician Placement
  4. VISTA Staffing Solutions
  5. Cejka Search
  6. Nationwide Professional Resources, Inc.
  7. Delta Physician Placement - Permanent Physician
  8. Rad Dox iFind
  9. Columbia Healthcare
  10. BSM Business Solutions Management, Inc.

According to GlassDoor, the highest paid doctors are needed in Houston, Texas; New York City; Las Vegas; Memphis Tennessee; and Tampa, Florida.

Job titles at a salary of $100,000+ annually:

  1. Anesthesiologists
  2. Physicians in Internal Medicine
  3. Hospitalist Physicians
  4. Asset Protection Specialists
  5. Store Protection Specialists
  6. Trucking Owner-Operators
  7. Physicians In Emergency Medicine
  8. Specialists In Neurology
  9. Investigations and Forensics
  10. Psychiatrists
  11. Urologists

Highest Salaries Predicted by the US Department of Labor through 2020

  • Highest paid jobs listed are out of a total of nine million Internet listings.
  • Number of Jobs at $100,000 or higher = 800,000+
  • Seven out of the Top 10 jobs are physicians.

Highest Salaries:

  1. Family Practice Physicians without OB/GYN services
  2. Sales Account Executives
  3. Family Practice Physician with OB/GYN services
  4. Internal Medicine Physicians
  5. Emergency Medicine Physicians
  6. Hospitalist Physician
  7. Physical Therapists
  8. Psychiatrists
  9. Sr. Network Systems Engineers
  10. Sr. Software Engineers and Software Architects

Snapshot: Highest Paid Listings 2016 - 2019 listed a total daily average of

  • 6,500,000+ jobs through Second Quarter 2016
  • 4,000,000 jobs by Fourth Quarter 2016
  • Only 3,500,000 by the end of First Quarter 2019

All of the highest paid jobs are in 1) Healthcare and 2) Information Technology

Top 10 Highest Paid Job Titles:

  1. Physician - Internal Medicine
  2. Physician - Family Practice
  3. Physician - Family Practice-Without OB
  4. Physician Hospitalist
  5. Occupational Therapists in a Skilled Nursing Facility
  6. Physician - Neurology
  7. Physiican - Psychiatry
  8. Physician - Pediatrics
  9. Physician - Emergency Medicine
  10. Physician - Urology

Additional High Paid Jobs Listed:

  1. Physical Therapists
  2. Speech Language Pathologists
  3. Managers - Business Intelligence / Data Warehousing Health Plans
  4. Managers - Oracle
  5. Managers and Senior Managers - SAP
  6. Enterprise Data Management - Manager
  7. PeopleSoft HR Time & Labor Senior Consultant
  8. Systems Integration Health Plans Senior Manager
  9. Managers and Consultants - SI

Increase in Family Practice Physician Demand

Steep increase is evident in upswing of curve to the right. Jobs increased by another 9% from 2013 - 2014.
Steep increase is evident in upswing of curve to the right. Jobs increased by another 9% from 2013 - 2014. | Source

Explanation for Graph

  • The demand for physicians increased by 375% from July 2005 through January 2009, a period of 3.5 years; then declined somewhat during 2009.
  • From November 2008 through July 2010, job listings decreased slightly, but still increased by 25% over that November '08 starting point.
  • The number of job listings for physicians held steady during the 7 months from November 2009 to June 2010.

Who Needs the Highest Paid Workers?

  1. Various Recruiters and Head Hunters
  2. Hospital Jobs Online
  3. CompHealth
  4. StaffPointe Medical Search
  5. Enterprise Medical Service
  6. Dandy Project LLC
  8. Critical Connection
  9. CyberCoders Healthcare and Cybercoders
  10. Deloitte - IT, Business, Finance
  11. Kforce Professional Staffing, Inc.
  12. Trustaff - Healthcare
  13. Merritt Hawkins - Healthcare
  14. - Travel Nursing and other Travel Healthcare Professionals
  15. ELITE Healthcare Group

High paid IT managers are most needed in NYC, Chicago, Atlanta, San Francisco, Boston, Arlington and McLean VA, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Cleveland OH.

Proactive Plans for High Salary

Other ways to earn large amounts of money include

  1. Beginning and operating a successful business of one's own
  2. Becoming a successful commission sales person or investor
  3. Becoming an author who regularly sells a large number of books
  4. Becoming a actor- or model-celebrity
  5. Becoming a highly paid professional athlete

Most of these high paying activities are self-starting careers or require the use of representative agents, or both.

The coat of arms of the wealthy Rothschilds, granted in 1822 by the Habsburg College of Heralds.
The coat of arms of the wealthy Rothschilds, granted in 1822 by the Habsburg College of Heralds. | Source

The Rothschild Trillions

The famous Rothschild family together make one of the wealthiest and most influential groups globally. Their banking enterprise was launched in the 1760s and their combined worth is estimated as up to $700 trillion among its many members.

The First Individual Trillionaire Predicted

Entertaining Canadian Film: The Trillionaires

A play and film by Canadian Kurt Spenrath of Alberta Province, this story is inspired by a true stock market/finance story. He calls it The Trillionaires.

This film story is a historical fiction of a company called Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM), a US hedge fund in the 1990s. The co-writer is Canadian Robert Bodrog.

This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

© 2010 Patty Inglish MS

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    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      5 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      @Wall climber - Your local county's jobs or jobs and family services office, under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), is to maintain a list of the employers who hire ex-felons -- Many counties have specialized training programs to train ex-felons in specific jobs and connect them to a hiring company. For example, in Michigan, contact your local MichiganWorks! office or the county jobs agency. Look under county offices in the phone book. Good luck!

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      Wall climber 

      5 years ago

      Is there anyway to find jobs or companies that will work with/hire convicted felons? There seem to be many deterrents in finding high paying careers for people with muddy pasts.

    • amithak50 profile image


      9 years ago from India

      That is nice hub,you explained very well ,I think most of the high paying jobs are hidden and only recruiters can handle it ..Thanks for the nice hub...

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      9 years ago

      So happy to have found this page BEFORE i start university so I already have a chosen career/location (:

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      eternal peace 

      9 years ago

      good information here. looks like you have done a lot of research and I found it very helpful. thanks for the hard work.

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      precino chimezie lovechild 

      9 years ago

      just like leaving a billionaire life but you have too work hard to get it more money more work more spending

    • mariahbernt864 profile image


      9 years ago from Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Nice work! Very detailed and helpful :)I'm planning on starting my own counseling practice and this really gave me some great perspective on how to go about it AND what I'll be getting out of it!

    • peterhark69 profile image


      10 years ago from Canada

      It is not new to see that most careers that top the rankings are on the medical fields. They deserve to be paid that much because they really work very hard as well. I am just a bit surprised thought that software engineers are only on the top 10 because I know few people who are sr software engineers who make more than some of the medical professionals mentioned in the top 10. Great info!

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      Jeff Hunter 

      10 years ago

      Great. Info to have. Thanks

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      10 years ago

      Very nice and informative hub. Keep giving us more interesting topics. Thanks and good luck on all your hubs.

    • citychick profile image


      10 years ago from Ulster County, New York

      Wow, I'm so glad I came across your hub! Lots of great research and well written, as well. Thanks for your insights.

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      10 years ago

      Hi, Patty...Glad to see RN made the list of jobs on the rise. One of my granddaughters will soon be graduating from nursing school.

      The only "gripe" I have about the jobs with high salaries is that I've known far too many CEOs who were not worth their high pay, stock options and other valuable perks. When they proved next to worthless, to the detriments of the companies they headed, none of it was taken away from them when relieved of their posts. So unfair! JAYE

    • calvin95mosley profile image


      10 years ago from Los Angeles California

      I appreciated your research on this...Its really informative.Thanks

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      10 years ago

      This a good list.Thank you

    • HealthyHayden profile image


      10 years ago from Canada

      VERY interesting. I must admit I'm surprised I didn't see traders mentioned - those wall street traders can make some huge money.

    • AllSuretyBonds profile image


      10 years ago

      Great information. This will be very helpful for people who are looking for a job right now. I couldn't imagine being able to make $103 an hour!

    • activation123 profile image


      10 years ago

      Great, i like your writings

    • SUSANJK profile image


      10 years ago from Florida

      Sounds like a good list. Thanks.

    • 2Honest profile image


      10 years ago from Texas

      I knew that in the public sector that healthcare is well paying. I just hope that there is more quality of healthcare workers than people just wanting to get the money.

    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Thanks for giving our readers that useful information, Brooke! I spent about 12 years in low-paying less-than-minimum-wage internships in psychology myself. It's rough.

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      10 years ago

      nice hub though...

    • Brooke.Crawford profile image


      10 years ago from Missouri

      Nice hub! As for some of the commentary, going to college for 4 years and then medical school for 4 years all on loans, I'm currently over $200,000 in debt to the government. During residency, the top salary is for chief resident surgeons, and that ends up being about $55,000 a year, for an 80/week work hour restriction. We do, eventually, make good money as attendings, but I will have been (if you consider an hourly wage) making under minimum wage for 8 years of training after 8 previous years of medical school. I have trouble paying my bills month to month. Just some food for thought - CEO may indeed be a more fruitful proposition if timeliness and lifestyles are considered :)

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Apperperson - Accusers often charge others with their own crimes.

    • crystolite profile image


      10 years ago from Houston TX

      Nice hub. The information is great

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      10 years ago

      Wonderful wordings there. Its informative hub..Thanks for sharing.

    • Apepperson profile image


      10 years ago from Texas

      I thought this was going to be a cheesy reprint of a Yahoo article, but I was impressed by how well researched and written it was. Thank You!

    • austinhennry profile image


      10 years ago from USA

      Great hub buddy, you have solved my all queries.

    • azure_sky profile image


      10 years ago from Somewhere on the Beach, if I am lucky :)

      Great and informative hub!! I'm passing it on to my daughter, so that maybe it'll light a fire under her and she will finish college:) Voted Up and Useful!! Thanks so much!!

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      devis gratuit 

      10 years ago

      thanks for this infos...very great tips...

    • runescapeprivate profile image


      10 years ago from New York

      Some of those were surprising!

    • bugslady8949 profile image


      10 years ago from The Bahamas

      I did know that internal medicine doctors get paid the most and I want to be a cardiologist.You did a great job on this hub, keep up the good job.

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      safiq ali patel 

      10 years ago from United States Of America

      Some interesting data in this hub.

    • Cathyrin profile image


      10 years ago from Philippines

      Very interesting, helpful and comprehensive hub you have here. Voted this hub up and useful. :)

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      sachin dubey 

      10 years ago

      thank you for a big opportunity to do something

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      10 years ago

      thanks for the info,just probably start leaving kettering

    • Scott_Grigg profile image


      10 years ago from Midwest USA-Southeast

      Hey, thanks for a great hub. I tweeted about this one. Have some great tips in here.

    • melwilliams profile image


      10 years ago

      As someone who is just now trying to go back to work after a bit of time off, your article is a real help. Thanks!

    • nwwebservices profile image


      10 years ago

      Nice article, some of the salaries are quite large. Interesting that he health care segment dominates the lists. Perhaps I'm in the wrong field... :-)

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      10 years ago

      Hey this is great stuff, very informational!

    • D.Cortland profile image


      10 years ago

      Good Read...Thanks for the info!

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      Leah Lefler 

      10 years ago from Western New York

      The healthcare industry will definitely see a lot of growth over time: nursing and the associated careers (physical therapy and speech/language therapy) are great opportunities to consider. Very interesting list, especially as I prepare to re-enter the workforce after the little one goes to kindergarten!

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      10 years ago from New York

      really nice list and very interesting, but you forgot one. Professional Hubber! Haha.

    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      100% true! - One of the fastest ways to burn out is to be stuck in a job you do well and dislike. Thanks for reminding us!

    • networkandy profile image


      10 years ago from Connecticut

      Getting paid is very important I mean we all need to put dinner on the table and having a job with a good salary goes a long way.

      However we gotta pick a career that we can live with because if you dont like what you are doing it is really hard to succeed in it

    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Within positions that are advertised in 2010 and 2011, yes. There are, however, long-time CEOS with larger salaries and CEOS that accept only $1.00 per year and accept Million$ in bonuses.

    • jrcemail profile image


      10 years ago

      Psychiatrists make more than a CEO?!? No way. Really?

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      Maria Payroll 

      10 years ago

      Great post. This is very helpful information, so thank you for sharing. This can help students decide on what course to take when they get to college. Aside from the jobs you have mentioned, nurses also have good salary.

    • JodiVee profile image


      10 years ago

      It's no coincidence that the highest-paying jobs are also the ones requiring the highest personal investment of time, money, effort, and education. Good hub.

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      Jackie Paulson 

      10 years ago from USA IL

      THisis wonderful and I loved all the helpful information.

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      Rik Rodriguez 

      10 years ago from Hawaii

      Wow I used to work for OR Docs that were making over a million dollars a year. I know web guys that say they have had a bad year when they make 100,000 these days.

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      10 years ago

      Must have been a pain to go through that list and put it all in one page. Thank you!

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      10 years ago

      it is great and trust needs only trials and successful things


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      10 years ago

      A hub written after taking a lot of pain to collect data and information. I really appreciate it.

    • Revu2007 profile image


      10 years ago

      Nice hub - very well written and researched. Thanks for sharing :)

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      Donna Oliver 

      10 years ago from Midwest, U.S.A.

      Great hub! Enjoyed reading the current research on career trends. Well written and informative article.

    • kailaschozhan profile image


      10 years ago from Chennai

      I would like to get information about online jobs which is having high paying keywords to get handsome income from home. Please let me know

    • SUSIE405 profile image


      10 years ago from Delray Beach, Florida

      Enjoyed reading your hub. You really have researhed this subject, very informative.

    • clearblue99 profile image


      10 years ago from Clear Blue Sky

      those are some amazing numbers! thanks for the hub article. very informative

    • vancouver profile image


      10 years ago from vancouver

      Great Hub, very interesting Read,


    • writer83 profile image


      10 years ago from Cyber Space

      Wow! They earn a lot of money. I am sure they work hard for it so they deserve the high payment. Nice Article Patty!

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      10 years ago

      In this kind of economy any help is good, thanks.

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      10 years ago

      This was a very interesting article. I would have thought, doctors would have made more money than that. They sure do have to go through a lot to make so little. I think that the internet is the best way to make money. Before long, this will be the job path that everyone will take.

    • rmills123 profile image


      10 years ago from Ecru,Ms

      Like your hub great content.

    • ashatt profile image


      10 years ago from GA

      I def love all the research and back up you have in this work. Great job :)

    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Hmmm, amalyze your way to the top!

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      Kenneth Wayne 

      10 years ago from Alabama

      SO, any advice on how I can go from a business analyst to a CEO in the next couple years? LOL

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      While many people push for network and affiliate marketing to be added to this list, most workers do not make a lot of money with those activities.

    • valentinas25 profile image


      10 years ago from Italy

      thanks,verry interesting!

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      10 years ago from Melbourne

      Hi Patty

      All of these jobs seen to be involving a large amount of finanical and time investment. Where wuld network marketing fit into here????

    • Patty Inglish, MS profile imageAUTHOR

      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      I also would like to see that data!

    • CraigDesmarais profile image


      10 years ago from Greenville, RI

      I would like to see you take into account the new jobs being created through different avenues of Internet Marketing or other form of income people create using the internet.

      It would be interesting to see how their income has risen in the past few years. If there is enough data to track it.

      Just a thought, chew on it a bit, and if you don't like it send it right back!


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      10 years ago

      Great list, hub/article and usefull information!

      Good job and thank you!

    • janessecret profile image


      10 years ago from Oz

      In advertising, like in most careers, the best jobs are never advertised but are word of mouth or agency recruited. Massive salaries in advertising though!

    • scla profile image


      10 years ago from Southern California

      Really good information on the highest paid jobs. I am not surprised that the medical field-doctors appear to the one of the highest earning professions. It is definitely a field that requires a lot of discipline and commitment.

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      Thank you Gene. The jobs that are advertised and the ones we can obtain are sometimes different. This is surely a fact. Further, high pay does not ensure happiness, does it? Thanks for posting your important view.

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      10 years ago

      This information makes it seem like being a CEO is the career to aim for. But what is missing is that rarely can you aim for such a high position within in a company. I would think it is better to aim to be the BEST at what you do and DO something that you really enjoy (aka passionate about). Then you will have riches beyond your dreams.

      Gene Hammett

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      10 years ago

      Great article about High Paying Jobs, really interesting and informative. It will help a lot of people.

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      10 years ago

      looks like Physicians clean the table. Great hub.

    • kalaxman profile image


      10 years ago

      this is great!! thanks

    • donkeyz1 profile image


      10 years ago

      Great hub!!! Thank you for sharing!

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      10 years ago

      you've either did your research or you are a business analyst? Great hub! Thanks for sharing it!!

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      naznin khan 

      10 years ago

      i think,i should make career in this field.

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      10 years ago

      I guess I'm going to be a CEO! Thanks for the great info!

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      10 years ago


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      10 years ago from texas

      great points, very infomative. thanks.

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      Life with Sandy 

      10 years ago

      My daughter wants to be a pharmicist. They weren't on your list but they make good money

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      10 years ago from Cali

      I love the generic CEO as a high paying job.

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      10 years ago from Tucson, Az.

      Excellent points. I'm still old school though. When I put someone into my organization, it happens through an interview. I throw the resume on the floor, ask questions, tell stories, and read responces. The resume means nothing more than an outline to me. (It's 100% embelished and 20% complete bull) Back to the point .. I enjoyed this piece.

      jim aka tmwnp

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      Maryanne Maguire 

      10 years ago from Santa Monica, CA

      Several in the heath care field, great to know for future college gang. Thanks!

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      tim Hanks 

      10 years ago

      Yay yay, great ways to make money. "Expensive" article :)

      Very good.

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      Date My Ride 

      10 years ago

      Where are those high paying jobs?

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      10 years ago from Columbus, GA

      Totally informative. Should be listed on Google when searching these things instead of endless wiki pages hahah

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      kinect for xbox 360 review 

      10 years ago

      Very interesting stats. Some of these were kind of surprising to read about.

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      10 years ago from New Brunswick, Canada

      OMG! I am from Canada, but I still found this so interesting. the yearly salaries are unbelievable!

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      Patty Inglish MS 

      10 years ago from USA and Asgardia, the First Space Nation

      I wonder about pilot alaries after hearing about retirement acct cuts after the miracle plane landing in the Hudson River. The pilot dserved a bonus, not a cut. Anyway, with private space flight nearing us, pilot wages should rise imo. Thanks for commenting.

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      10 years ago

      Interesting! Makes sense CEO's and physicians, dentists, lawyers. I didn't know flight pilots were up there but that's good to know. I want the guy who flies the plane 30000ft up in the air to be well paid and taken care of. Too bad my major is not among these...and i'm graduating in two months yoy!

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      10 years ago from India

      NICE HUB,visit my hub and comment plz

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      10 years ago from Burlingame, CA

      Wow!! I wish I were in the health care industry!!! CA-CHING!!!

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      10 years ago

      Thanks, something to think about! But then I don't want to have a highest paid job, just an interesting and fairly paid job is good, too. Yes, people agree to pay no matter what those who relieve their pain. It's the art of making someone feel good and get paid for it.

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      Samantha Monroe 

      10 years ago from New York

      Hope there would be a rags-to-riches or just getting by earner-to-insanely rich 'hubpages hubber millionaire' story.

      Why not? There are a lot of authors here (self-published or with an agent) who can produce books which can get viral marketing from hubpages; and there are also people here with financial know-how to become a successful investor.

      Well hoping it's not a delusional idea but just a hopeful idea....haha


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