Earning six digits
Looking for a bigger paycheck? If you’re not in the medical industry, you’re pretty much out of luck. To make the most money, your best bet is to go down the medical path, provided you are willing to participate in the many years of required training and education. Also, before getting too green-eyed, realize that one year in school is one year taken away from building your career. Overall, to do well, note the specialization of each of the top 24 highest-paying careers per the U.S. Department of Labor — finding your niche and becoming the best certainly pays dividends.
The top 24 according to the U.S. Department of Labor:
Oral and maxillofacial surgeon: $169,600
Chief Executive Officer: $140,880
Engineering Manager: $140,210
Family or general practitioner: $137,980
Physician/surgeon, all other: $137,100
Airline Pilot: $134,090
Dentist, any other specialist: $106,040
Air Traffic Controller: $100,430
Computer and Information Systems Manager: $100,110
Marketing Manager: $100,020
Natural Sciences Manager: $97,560
Sales Manager: $96,950
- Ad Free Browsing
- Over 10,000 Videos!
- All in 1 Access
- Join For Free!