Here's some really interesting data on the 15 highest-paying jobs in the nation…..
When it comes to the U.S.’s highest-paying jobs, the medical profession held down eight of the top 15 spots — with salaries and bonuses reaching up to a half-million dollars annually, according to LinkedIn’s 2017 State of Salary report.
Orthopaedic surgeons topped the list — earning a median of $450,000 a year with a $60,000 cash bonus — while cardiologists, radiologists and plastic surgeons close behind, LinkedIn found.
Other heavy hitters in the top-earning professions included senior roles in business and finance, as well as in engineering.
The author goes on to state the following:
Not surprisingly, incomes increased along with education levels, as those with a Bachelors degree typically earned $30,000 more per year than someone with just a high school diploma.
Those with computer science degrees earned more, on average, after graduation — and both software and information technology as well as hardware and networking jobs were, on average, the top paying careers, LinkedIn found.
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