Top 10 Best Paying Jobs for Women

Best high paying jobs and careers for women

Top 10 good paying jobs for women

Everyone wants to be employed at a good paying job, right? In real, nearly 7 in 10 people see wage and compensation a top priority when choosing a job, according to a recent researches. A report strengthen that high pay continues to be engaged to in-demand skills, higher education and working in jobs that are protected from competition or automation. This is why we find many jobs within the technology and healthcare industries in top paying jobs lists.There’s no doubt that pay is among the leading factors most job seekers weigh when determining where to work. Lets find out what are the best paying jobs..

10.Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers

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Mean annual pay: $131,760

Pilot training is expensive and highly competitive, but with the demand for pilots set to increase you could enjoy a career full of responsibility and money while travelling the world.

As an airline pilot, you’ll fly passengers or cargo on long or short-haul flights for leisure, business or commercial purposes.

Airline Pilots Associations recommend good grades in maths, English, science and a second language and at least two good A-levels. With a Class 1 medical certificate and a private pilot licence with 170 hours of flight time under your belt, you can then obtain a commercial pilot licence, which typically costs more than £100,000 and takes two years. You must build up 1,500 flying hours to fully qualify as a commercial pilot.

9.Lawyers

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Mean annual pay: $133,470

While pay can vary depending on what type of law you practice, the median salary is high enough to make lawyer the second best-paying job in America. Representing a client and advising them on their legal situation is all in a day’s work for lawyers. From individual cases to whole companies, from court proceedings to small disputes behind closed doors, it’s your job to act in your client’s best interest.

Entry requirements: A law degree or postgraduate diploma. You will then need to complete a legal practice course (LPC) and win a two-year training contract.

8.Computer and Information Systems Managers

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Mean annual pay: $136,280

IT professionals are in short supply, and with competition for top talent at an all-time high, companies are increasingly willing to pay more to bring in individuals with the right skills.” The field’s skill set is still new, and those trained in data science can command competitive salaries. In 2015, the average salary for a data scientist was $124,150. There was no data to support that an advanced degree increased pay in this field. The profession has an expected growth rate of 15% over the next decade.

Entry requirements: A degree (typically in programming, computer science or a related field) and several years of relevant experience.

7.Marketing Managers

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Mean annual pay: $137,400

The marketing manager manages the day to day marketing activities of the organisation and long term marketing strategy for the company. Co-ordinating marketing campaigns with sales activities.Overseeing the company’s marketing budget.Maintain effective internal communications to ensure that all relevant company functions are kept informed of marketing objectives. Analysing potential strategic partner relationships for company marketing.

A degree in Marketing, and years of experience as a marketing or sales manager. You may also need a qualification from the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

6.Architectural and Engineering Managers

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Mean annual pay: $138,720 . Architectural and engineering managers plan, coordinate, and direct activities in architectural and engineering companies. Architectural and engineering managers use their knowledge of architecture or engineering to oversee a variety of activities. They may direct and coordinate production, operations, quality assurance, testing, or maintenance at manufacturing sites, industrial plants, engineering services firms, and research-and-development laboratories.Architectural and engineering managers are responsible for developing the overall concept of a new product or for solving technical problems preventing the completion of a project. To accomplish their aim, they must determine technical goals and produce detailed plans.

Architectural and engineering managers typically need at least a bachelor’s degree and considerable work experience as an architect or engineer.

5.Petroleum Engineers

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Mean annual pay: $147,520 . Since oil exploration and extraction are critical to the world’s economy, the need for more engineers drives both high growth outlook (26% over 10 years) and wages that rank among the world’s best. A petroleum engineer is involved in nearly all of the stages of oil and gas field evaluation, development and production. Their aim is to maximise hydrocarbon recovery at minimum cost, while maintaining a strong emphasis on reducing environmental impact. Petroleum engineers only require a bachelor’s degree and earn an annual median wage of $147.520.

4.Pediatricians

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Mean annual pay: $175,400

General pediatricians are doctors who work with babies, children and adolescents. Pediatric doctors specialize in the treatment of children from birth to early adulthood. They provide routine preventive health examinations, and diagnose and treat a wide range of illnesses. From giving childhood immunizations and treating minor injuries to advising teenagers about reproductive health, the job is never the same from day to day. Pediatric physicians must have general medical knowledge and an understanding of how treatments affect different developmental growth stages. Pediatricians must complete four years of college, four years of medical school and a 3- to 8-year residency. They must also acquire certification through the American Board of Pediatricians.

3. Chief Executives

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Mean Annual Pay: 180.000 USD (The top-earning CEOs in the US earn tens of millions of dollars.) What they do: The job description of a managing director/CEO varies by organization. However, main duties involve directing strategy towards the profitable growth and operation of the company, developing and successfully implementing company policy, closely monitoring the operating and financial results against plans and budgets. Managing directors provide high-level management such as monitoring the performance of other managers and department heads. They also train and guide other managers and staff members as required, creating revising and reviewing schedules for various departments, etc. A bachelor’s degree in business administration, management or any other relevant field is required, while an MBA relevant to the industry in which you work is a plus.

2. Psychiatrists

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In 2015, psychiatrists made an annual median wage of $181,880. Like surgeons, the 10-year projected growth rate for psychiatrists is 18%. They analyze and evaluate patient data and test or examination findings to diagnose nature and extent of mental disorder. Prescribe, direct, and administer psychotherapeutic treatments or medications to treat mental, emotional, or behavioral disorders. Collaborate with physicians, psychologists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, or other professionals to discuss treatment plans and progress. Psychiatrists require similar education to medical doctors, with students needing eight years of education and an additional number of years in an internship or residency.

1. Medical Field Specialists

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Median Salary: 240.000 USD. Anesthesiologists, Surgeons, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Gynecologists, Orthodontists, Dentists, Prosthodontists and so on. Specialist physicians work in clinical medicine, laboratory medicine and in surgery. Those in clinical medicine, diagnose and treat diseases and physiological or psychiatric disorders. Specialists in laboratory medicine conduct microscopic and chemical analyses of laboratory samples and specimens to determine the nature, cause and development of human diseases. Specialists in surgery perform and supervise surgical procedures. For this job, a Bachelor of Science degree is required from an approved medical school, and specific specialty training is required. Specialists physicians also need to complete the certifying examinations of the related institution and get licensed by the provincial or territorial authority. To stay registered with the GMC, all doctors are expected to demonstrate their fitness to practise through gaining continuing professional development points every year.

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