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Ten Highest Paying Jobs In Business

Thinking about a career in business? Here we’ve listed the ten highest paying jobs in the business field, according to the US Department of Labor.

1. Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) earn $160,440 as an average yearly salary in a multitude of business fields. CEOs are responsible for overseeing operations of many businesses. CEOs are the highest ranking individuals within a company, corporation, organization or agency. CEOs handle the better part of decision making within companies, though frequently CEOs report to a board of directors. CEOs manage the delegation of responsibility within a business as well as internal and external operations, marketing, strategy, financing, human resource issues, hiring and termination of employees, compliance with safety regulations, sales, and public relations.
2. Marketing Managers earn a base salary of $118,160 yearly, depending upon the field of business. Customer analysis, company analysis, and competitor analysis are the three C’s of a marketing manager’s job responsibilities. Marketing managers plan, estimate, organize and promote businesses depending upon the company’s size, corporate makeup, and industry. Marketing managers meet customers advertising needs relating to level, timing, and composition of demand for a business’ product. Marketing managers also work in sales, product development, and pricing strategies to increase business profits, investments, and shares.
3. Agents and Business Managers of Performers, Artists, and Athletes have the potential to earn at least $101,220 per year on average. Agents and Business Managers of Performers, Artists, and/or Athletes represent clients and market them to possible employers. Agents and managers promote artists, performers, and athletes handle contract negotiation while collecting fees, commissions, and payment to represent clients within business matters. Agents and managers schedule performances, promotional events, auditions, interviews, and issues pertaining travel. Agents and managers work closely with clients, strategically planning career goals, following industrial trends, and assisting with financial planning.
4. Personal Financial Advisors have the potential to earn $92,970 as a base yearly salary. Personal financial advisors assist in short and long term money management on behalf of a many of clients. Personal financial advisors direct people in terms of debt management, investments, pension or retirement planning, insurance coverage and financial objectives. Personal financial advisors must possess strong communication skills and extensive knowledge of tax, as well as investment, markets. International economists assert that job growth in this field is faster than all others, expecting the trend to continue well through 2018.
5. Management Analysts earn a base salary of $82,920 yearly. Management analysts are the problem solvers of the business world. A management analyst’s key responsibilities include researching, proposing, and predicting the best course of action to enhance a company’s structure, efficiency, and/or profits. The duties of a management analyst or management consultant vary significantly depending upon the field of specialization.
6. Financial Examiners earn an annual salary of $78,180. A financial examiner enforces a company or organization’s compliance with laws and regulations related financial, investment, and real estate transactions. Financial examiners determine the authenticity of records as well as verify correctness, ensure legality of transactions, operations, and financial solvency, and uphold new, proposed, or revised business laws, policies, and procedures. Coordinating, supervising, managing, and training others are financial examiners primary duties. Financial examiners review the work of subordinates, manage internal and external audits, and oversees management within an organization.
7. Logisticians earn a yearly salary of $68,600 depending upon the field of employment. Logisticians primarily analyze and coordinate the procurement, maintenance, and transportation of material, facilities, and personnel within an organization, business, or firm. Logisticians oversea company resources, acquisitions, distributions, internal allocations and deliveries. Logisticians are responsible for the entire life cycle of products, services, and persons within a business.
8. Business Operations Specialists generally earn a base pay of $64,990 yearly. Business operations specialists coordinate the operations of companies, organizations, and institutions within the public and private sector. Business operations specialists oversee day to day activities of an organization. Business operations specialists closely monitor the use of materials and human resources while planning, directing, and coordinating company policies. Job responsibilities of business operations specialists vary greatly depending upon the field of employment.
9. Cost Estimators earn a base pay of $60,320 yearly. Cost estimators are the business industry’s forecasters. Cost estimators’ job responsibilities vary within the specific field of specialization. Cost estimators generally focus on the cost, size, and duration of future business projects and endeavors. Cost estimators forecase the profitability of new projects, products, or purchases, while ascertaining material, labor, location, and machinery (including computer) projections. Cost estimators gather information for proposals, products, and other aspects of business to determine the most cost effective strategy to maximize profits in business dealings.
10. Human Resources, Training and Labor Relation Specialists typically earn a base salary of $58,230 yearly. Human Resources, training, and labor relation specialists are responsible for attracting, motivating, teaching, and retaining qualified employees. Human resource, training and labor relation specialists recruit, interview, and hire new staff while adhering to an organizations established policies. Human resource, training, and labor relation specialists are often involved in strategic planning, as well as issues pertaining to the improvement of morale, productivity, work environment, and development. Human resource, training and labor relation specialists also handle employee benefits, incentive programs, and attendance. 
*Data based on Department of Labor statistics
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Companies to Watch in 2011 for Thousands of New Jobs (like Marriott, Coca-Cola, Home Depot, Apple, Walmart, Wells Fargo etc.)

Looking for a job but not sure where to start? To help narrow down your search, we found some of the biggest companies hiring this year. But before you apply, check out our company-specific interview examples, revealing insider accounts of what it’s like to work there and tips on how to land the job.

1. Marriott

Industry: Hotel/Hospitality

Headquarters: Bethesda, Md.

Founded in 1927 by the current CEO’s father, J. Willard Marriott, the company owns and maintains one of the largest hotel operations in the world.

2. Coca-Cola

Industry: Food and Beverage

Headquarters: Atlanta, Ga.

Coca-Cola manufactures concentrates that are sold to distributors, who then go on to bottle, package and sell the product to the markets they represent.

3. Home Depot

Industry: Home Improvement

Headquarters: Cobb County, Ga.

Founded in 1978 by Bernie Marcus, Arthur Blank, Ron Brill and Pat Farrah, Home Depot successfully established itself with its chain of retail hardware superstores.

4. Apple

Industry: Computers/Personal Electronics

Headquarters: Cupertino, Calif.

Apple Computers was originally founded in 1976 by Steve Wozniak, Ronald Wayne and current CEO Steve Jobs. The company is now a force in the field of mobile communications as well as computing and personal electronics.

5. Kaiser Permanente

Industry: Health Care/Insurance

Headquarters: Oakland, Calif.

Kaiser Permanente is comprised of a group of companies including a non-profit umbrella company, various regional health plans, several hospitals and a host of independent medical groups.

6. Walmart

Industry: Discount Retail/Grocery

Headquarters: Bentonville, Ark.

With over 2 million employees worldwide, Wal-Mart Inc. is the largest private employer in the United States. The company has steadily grown since founder Sam Walton opened the first Walmart branded store in 1962.

7. AOL

Industry: Content Creation/ISP

Headquarters: New York, N.Y.

The company formerly known as America Online Inc. was originally founded in 1983 as Control Video Corp. Today, with over 100 channels representing both original content and news, AOL routinely delivers 100 million unique visitors per month to its properties.

8. Best Buy

Industry: Electronics/Home Appliance

Headquarters: Richfield, Minn.

Best Buy is the largest electronics retailer in the United States. The company currently employs somewhere around 180,000 people worldwide.

9. UPS (Seasonal)

Industry: Shipping/Courier

Headquarters: Seattle, Wash.

UPS delivers an estimated 15 million packages to more than 220 countries and territories each day. At present, UPS employs a staff of over 400,000.

10. Wells Fargo

Industry: Finance and Banking

Headquarters: San Francisco, Calif.

Wells Fargo, one of the largest banks in the United States, currently employs approximately 280,000 people.

By AOL Jobs Contributor 

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Which Top 10 Careers Will Pay Better in 2011

Whether you managed to survive the recession with your job intact, or you’ve recently landed yourself a new position after being laid off, 2011 could be a good year for your paycheck.
Although employers aren’t yet ready to start hiring like crazy, they are encouraged by signs of growth and are willing to expand budgets a little and start giving out raises in an effort to hold on to the talent they already have.
Surveys show that on average, raises won’t be as great as they were right before the recession (2005-2007), but they will be better than they were last year. Below we have the top 10 career areas that will experience the best raises this year.

1. Utilities: Energy
Expected pay increase: 3.6%
Jobs in the energy industry are expected to see the largest salary increases of all the industries on our list at about 3.6 percent. Energy research positions are always in demand but positions dealing specifically with clean and renewable energy are leading current growth trends.

2. Oil & Gas
Expected pay increase: 3.5%
The oil and gas industry gets a bad rap — but it isn’t all environmental disasters and price hikes at the pump. Careers in fossil fuel research such as petroleum engineering and making fossil fuels work together with renewable energy sources are especially relevant in today’s market.

3. Business & Professional Services
Expected pay increase: 3.2%
Business and professional services are what keep the rest of the world turning and moving smoothly, as industries grow and consumers spend. Those working in this “catch-all” industry category can expect to see pay increases of about 3.2 percent.

4. Hospitality & Restaurant
Expected pay increase: 3.0%
Restaurants, hotel chains, and other hospitality-based businesses are planning to increase employee compensation by an average of 3.0 percent this year, which means they’re feeling confident that consumers will be spending more on their non-essential services and small but indulgent “extras.”

5. Telecommunications
Expected pay increase: 2.9%
Technology is booming in the telecommunications industry as the latest technology gets smaller and faster while everything continues to go wireless. Demand for new and improved products and services for both consumers and businesses, as well as the need for decision makers to stay on the cutting edge, will propel the industry forward this year and allow for modest pay increases of about 2.9 percent.

6. Pharmaceutical
Expected pay increase: 2.9%
Pharmaceutical research is chronically underfunded, and pharmacists seem to always be in short supply; but whether you’re on the scientific side or the sales side, you will likely see positive growth and pay increases just under 3 percent.

7. Retail
Expected pay increase: 2.8%
The successful 2010 holiday shopping season was a sign that consumers are willing to start spending again — and when consumers spend, so do retailers. Hiring may be slow and jobs competitive, but look for raises around 2.8 percent for top performers.

8. Health care
Expected pay increase: 2.8%
The health-care industry is a monster under scrutiny that’s undergoing painful changes and overhauls, but it’s also an absolute necessity and offers a virtually endless supply of career options, avenues, and specialties to pursue. In addition to seeing raises around 2.8 percent, most health-care employees will also enjoy working in a field that made our Top 10 Most Secure Jobs of 2011 list.

9. Banking
Expected pay increase: 2.7%
Banking and financial services took a major hit during the recession, but in the end it’s an industry few can live without. Some areas, like debt management and retirement planning, are actually doing quite well. Those working in banking can look for pay increases around 2.7 percent this year.
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10. Education
Expected pay increase: 2.6%
Teachers and education professionals are almost always underpaid  but thankfully the education industry squeaks onto our list with an expected average salary increase of 2.6 percent in 2011 although with budgets and funding varying widely across schools, individual experiences will also vary.
By Rigel Celeste for AOL Jobs

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