US Top 8  highest paying jobs

US Top 8  highest paying jobs

US Government figures show healthcare sector makes major points

US Government figures show healthcare sector makes major points

1. Anesthesiologists: $331,190

1. Anesthesiologists: $331,190

Anesthesiologists as physicians who "administer anesthetics and analgesics for pain management before, during, or after surgery." This highly specialized career tops the list of highest earning professions.

2. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons: $311,460

Oral and maxillofacial surgeons treat a variety of diseases, injuries, and defects in and around the mouth and jaw. Among the more common problems they are likely to face are problematic wisdom teeth, improperly managed jaws, tumors, and ulcers of the jaw and mouth.

3. Obstetricians-Gynecologists: $296,210

3. Obstetricians-Gynecologists: $296,210

Doctors specializing in reproductive health and childbirth of the vagina, ovarian, uterus, and cervix, known as obstetrician-gynecologists or OB-GYNs, earn slightly more than the annual salary listed for general surgeons.

4. Chief Executives: $213,020

4. Chief Executives: $213,020

Highly paid, but many CEOs have tough schedules. A survey by Harvard Business Review found that the average CEO spends 62.5 hours per week at work, with almost half of their time in the office and half traveling.

5. Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers: $198,190

5. Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers: $198,190

Working in the aviation industry can mean a lot of time away from home, but it also pays well in many cases. The airline lumps pilots, copilots, and flight engineers into one category.

6. Architectural and Engineering Managers: $158,970

These managers are charged with coordinating all technical aspects of architectural or engineering projects.This may include consulting with clients and preparing specifications for the project, analyzing the feasibility of the proposed work, and reviewing contracts and budgets.

7. Computer and Information Systems Managers: $162,930

Computer and information systems (IS) managers oversee functions such as electronic data processing, information systems, systems analysis, and computer programming.

8. Financial Managers: $153,460

8. Financial Managers: $153,460

Finance department plays an important role especially in medium and large sized organizations.His responsibilities include planning investment activities and assessing market trends to maximize profits while controlling risk.