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High salaries have a disagreeable stigma attached them. that reeks of years of school, advanced qualifications, extensive training and plenty of years of experience, which some people don’t have. While these are in fact requirements of some high-figure salaries, they are not a prerequisite for all of them.What plenty of workers don’t know is that there’s numerous jobs that pay well above the average full-time worker’s wage of $33,634* that don’t need a Ph.D. or at least ten years experience. That is not to say that the following positions are simple to come by like any position, no matter what the wage, you do have some qualifications to score the job.To help you figure out your options, they came up with a list of 15 jobs that earn in the $70,000 range and are expected to increase in demand between now and 2016. They need various levels of experience and schooling so take a peek and see if there is something for you:

Annual median income: $70,010
Projected employment in 2016: 18,000**
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 25 percent
Annual median income: $70,410
Projected employment in 2016: 4,200
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 11 percent
Annual median income: $70,990
Projected employment in 2016: 827,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 22 percent
Annual median income: $71,551
Projected employment in 2016: 191,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 15 percent
Annual median income: $72,350
Projected employment in 2016: 68,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 25 percent
Annual median income: $72,620
Projected employment in 2016: 102,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 9 percent
Annual median income: $73,090
Projected employment in 2016: 650,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 29 percent
Annual median income: $73,666
Projected employment in 2016: 50,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 6 percent
Annual median income: $74,170
Projected employment in 2016: 15,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 0 percent
Annual median income: $75,083
Projected employment in 2016: 276,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 12 percent
Annual median income: $75,780
Projected employment in 2016: 150,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 14 percent
Annual median income: $76,200
Projected employment in 2016: 10,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 11 percent
Annual median income: $78,450
Projected employment in 2016: 83,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 27 percent
Annual median income: $78,460
Projected employment in 2016: 2.1 million (postsecondary teachers)
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 23 percent
Annual median income: $79,368
Projected employment in 2016: 84,000
Increase between 2006 and 2016: 35 percent
*Figures based on data from the Bureau of Labour Statistics and CBSalary.com
**Employment data from the BLS.
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Comments on: "15 Jobs that Pay $70,000 per year" (1)

  1. Cremilde Carvalho Santos said:

    Sou licenciada em Org. e Gestão de Empresas (ISCTE-1978). Especializei-me na área da Orga-nização (Planº Estratégico, Gestão Objectivos, Gestão Projectos, Cálculo Efectivos, etc.), mas também trabalhei em Comércio e como Relações Públicas numa Empresa de Comércio Inter-nacional. Sou fluente em Inglês e falo bem Francês. Tenho conhecimentos de Informática. Pos-so ser: Chefe de 1 Escritó-rio, Assessora de 1 Administrador/Gerente/Director, Responsável de Loja, Comercial de 1 área que domine ou possa vir a dominar, …

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