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US doctors earn an average of $200,000 per year.

The 10 US cities where doctors make the most money

Physicians in the top paying city, Milwaukee, earn almost $400,000 a year, nearly double the average US doctor salary.

Malaysia’s in-demand professionals can expect up to 20% more pay if they job hop in 2020: Robert Walters

In 2020, companies will seek digitally savvy employees with a "progressive mindset".
More millennials think they earn less than their peers, but more millennials think they have less debt than their generation.

45% of millennials think they earn less than their peers, but even more think they have less debt

Millennials are pretty grim about their wages — at least when they compare themselves to the rest of their generation.
Forest-fire inspectors and prevention specialists earn an average of $49,610 a year.

It’s National First Responders Day. Here’s how much the average American makes in 19 life-saving jobs.

Lifeguards tend to make a relatively low annual salary, while firefighters and police officers are well compensated on average.

20 common jobs where the paycheck keeps getting smaller every year

Using Census data, we found industries where workers' incomes have fallen dramatically in the last few decades.

26 jobs that confront death more than others

Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found careers that intimately touch the final stage of the human condition.

10 alarming facts about teacher pay in the United States

While teaching our youngest generation is a huge responsibility, it comes with an unexpectedly low monetary return in the US.

20 blue-collar jobs that will be all the rage in 2028

The future's bright for carpenters and plumbers: These high-paying jobs will see growth in the next decade, and they don't require a college degree.
Dentists have the third highest-paying job of 2019.

The 25 highest-paying jobs of 2019

Physicians are the profession with the highest salary, according to a new list compiled by job-posting site Glassdoor.
There are likely to be a lot more software developers in ten years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Nurses and software developers have a bright future — here are 30 of the fastest-growing high-paying jobs in the US

Using recent BLS employment projections, we found 30 high-paying jobs that are likely to see a large amount of employment growth.