The highest-paying jobs in the United States are white-collar occupations that require advanced college degrees and earn six-figure salaries, as of 2014. Seven of 10 top jobs in America are in the health care industry th... More »

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Some top-paying jobs that require only an associate degree include air traffic controller jobs, which pay a median salary of $108,040, and construction manager jobs, which pay a median salary of $83,860, as of 2012. Othe... More »

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In 2014, the highest-paying jobs in California were family and general practitioners; the second highest-paying jobs were for judges, magistrate judges and magistrates. Other top-paying jobs include nurse anesthetists, a... More »

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Among the most popular jobs in Worcester, Massachusetts, are office and administrative support occupations, sales and related jobs, food preparation and serving-related occupations, healthcare practitioners and technical... More »

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Some of the highest-paying occupations as of 2015 include physician, dentist, marketing manager, information systems manager, and lawyer. CEOs, architects, engineers and air traffic controllers are also among the highest... More »

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As of 2014, 12-year-olds can earn money with jobs such as babysitting, dog walking and pet sitting. Other jobs that kids can do to earn money include mowing lawns, doing yard work and getting a paper route. More »

The five highest-paying jobs require a college degree, rely on technical innovation or offer accelerated growth opportunities. These jobs do not necessarily encompass all three of these factors, but at least one of them ... More »

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