High Paying Professions

Lawyers, doctors, dentists, engineers, CFOs, Presidents of Fortune 100 and 500 companies. When it comes to high paying jobs, those are the types of professions people think about. High-paying jobs can be high-demand, high stress. Others can be high-demand, high reward. Everybody wants a high-paying job, everyone feels they deserve to be paid more. What does it take? In some industries it requires a Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s and/or Doctorate. Studies show that it is true – the more you learn, the more you earn. However, those who are good at their trade can work themselves into a high-paying job or career. Like the sales rep who is an ace at selling his or her product, or a self-trained Internet marketing whiz. Or maybe you are savvy business owner who provides a product or service that people can’t get enough of. What does it take to get a high salary position? A little bit of all of the above, and sometimes more.

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Its’ true – It’s not just doctors and CEOs making big money either. Those with the right education, skill set and experience can find high paying jobs in these industries:

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EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK

Because many of these jobs are in the sciences, medical, financial, technology, manufacturing, IT and legal professions, among others, the outlook and demand for these positions is excellent. These are key positions in businesses across the country and throughout the world. In order to successfully operate, grow and make a profit, there will always be jobs for these high-skilled and talented workers.

EDUCATION/TRAINING

Companies are hiring in many high-paying jobs right now. While the recent college graduate probably shouldn’t expect to make over $100,000 per year, setting a goal to achieve success and get a high salary job is on everyone’s wish list. How does one do it? They can combine the right education with successful mentor, work with a variety of companies to expand their skill set and continue their education. A college degree may be all that’s needed, but there is a reason there are so many continuing education programs that cater to the working professional. Those who want to make big bucks need to invest in education and experience. We’re talking MBAs, Law Degrees, Med School, Masters in Engineering, and more. That combination can set you up for success and help you establish a leadership position or get you on your way to a high-paying and financially rewarding career.

SALARY

Ever wonder just how high-paying some of the top high-paying jobs are out there? We’re not talking the millions of dollars professional athletes make, or those at the top of sports industry careers or actors and entertainers. We’re talking professional jobs, Wall Street, Fortune 100 and 500 firms, small to medium-sized businesses. Well, here is a look based on information provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (based on 2012 data):IT Engineer Posed by Server Bank Photo

  • Physicians and Surgeons, greater than $187,200
  • Orthodontists, greater than $187,200
  • Anesthesiologists, greater than $187,200
  • Psychiatrists – $173,330
  • Prosthodontists – $169,130
  • Chief Executives – $168,140
  • Nurse Anesthetists – $148,160
  • Dentists, general – $145,240
  • Petroleum Engineers – $130,280
  • Architectural and Engineering Managers – $124,870
  • Air Traffic Controllers – $122,530
  • Computer and Information Systems Managers – $120,950
  • Engineering Managers – $120,950
  • Marketing Managers – $119,480
  • Pharmacists – $116,670
  • Natural sciences managers – $115,730
  • Lawyers – $113,530
  • Financial managers – $109,740
  • Physicists and Astronomers – $106,360
  • Sales managers – $105,260
  • Judges, magistrate judges, and magistrates – $102,980
  • Computer and information scientists, research – $102,190
  • Political scientists – $102,000
  • Computer hardware engineers – $100,920
  • Airline pilots, copilots, and flight engineers – $98,410

SUMMARY

Jobs that pay over $100,000 are attainable for those who put themselves in position to succeed. There is no magic trick – work hard, get the right education and find a profession you can grow and excel in and you can find yourself in high-paying jobs. Look at the list of jobs that pay well – these are all attainable for those who are able to set and accomplish their goals. These jobs are in demand and someone has to fill them – why not you?

 

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