So you want to know which job or career out there is the most payed, well that's exactly what I wanted to know so here is the statistics I gathered for you, so you can decide which road you want to take. This list might change your thinking.
2. Investment Banker: $134,000/yr,Surgeons: $137,050/yr
3. Obstetricians and gynecologists: $133,430/yr
4. Anesthesiologists: $131,680/yr
5. Internists, general: $126,940/yr
6. Actuaries, certified: $119,680
7. Pediatricians, general: $116,550/yr
8. Psychiatrists: $113,570/yr
9. Family and general practitioners: $110,020/yr
10. Dentists: $110,820/yr
Next List, is the top 5 highest paid jobs in the UK.
5) Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
In order to qualify for CAA licence, applicants are required to have at lest 250 hours of flight experience.Working either with a co-pilot or alone, they must be able to fly accurately and safety through unpleasant weather and other hazards. I wonder how many buttons are their in the pilots control panel?
Average earnings: £63,664
4) Financial managers and accountants
Administrating the books of a business is one of the most significant roles, and more or less every business has at least an accountant on staff. Companies, Franchises, Universities, practically any service that wants to earn money will need an accountant to manage the finance. It can be a stressful repetitive job but if you like and are good with your numbers then calculate that career!
Average earnings: £77,931
Saving lives is priceless but doctors get paid a lot. Years of training, commitment, experience and intelligence is needed to become a doctor and it’s a long career and a very popular one but not everyone makes it to the end, which is why the pay is high.
Average earnings: £81,744
City brokers are typically seen as steeped in despair after a break down or defrauding companies with savvy unseaworthiness, but they are in fact capable professionals who purchase and sell shares on behalf of investors. You'd have to pass the Investment Institute before heading in that direction.
Average earnings: £94,293
1) Directors and chief executives
A director or chief executive's role will change radically from company to company but eventually they are the leader of the business. In a public company, the chief executive or CEO, as they are known in America, will have to answer to a board of directors, and they're certain to be difficult questions. It's a forceful job with a great deal of responsibility, and pay, who’s the boss?
Average earnings: £212,910
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