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High-Paying Jobs that you can avail

Some of the high-paying jobs that you can avail go into the six figure salary range.

Jun 11 2014, 3:47am CDT | by

High-Paying Jobs that you can avail
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Everyone wants to earn some hefty cash so that he or she can keep his or her family well-fed and well-off. And especially in America, the land of opportunity, there are several chances of obtaining a blue collar or white collar job that pays enough to not only keep body and soul together but to afford the good things in life. 

But you have to look in the right places and start off acquiring the necessary training for your vocation if you want to end up a rich man with a bungalow and a bank balance. For starters there are five jobs that pay handsome amounts and they all involve a lot of mental stress. They are:

  • Psychiatrist
  • Pharmacist
  • Doctor
  • Manager
  • CEO
  • Engineer
  • Air Traffic Controller

It is obvious that a psychiatrist will need to assess the mentally ill. And so he has to have a lot of cognitive stability in order to keep a level head amidst the chaos of unstable patients. Thus he gets paid quite a lot for his tough job. 

An air traffic controller simply cannot afford to make a single mistake since so many lives of jet airline passengers are at stake. 

And a manager has to be able to control his feelings and be assertive instead of aggressive with his junior staff. 

Finally a CEO needs to be in charge and at large. He must not falter in his leadership qualities. A high level of professionalism is required of the CEO of a company

As for engineers, they are the very people who form the building blocks of the outside world you see. Whether they are mechanical, electrical or computer engineers, they make up the material matrix of the human world we inhabit. So it is their right that they get paid considerable amounts. 

Choose any one of these vocations and work your buns out in order to reach the caliber necessary for gaining the qualifications. You won’t regret the decision you have made!


<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/36" rel="author">Sumayah Aamir</a>
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