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What are the highest salary jobs in Florida?

#salary Hard worker, Never gives up on future goals, And a ton of other qualities.

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Sheila’s Answer

Hi Jamari:

As others have already shared some great advice and comments, here’s a quick look at the top ten highest paying jobs in Florida. I suggest that you find what you are passionate about and enjoying doing. Your passion will lead to a great income.

• Obstetricians and Gynecologists
• Surgeons, Except Ophthalmologists
• Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers
• Physicians, All Other; and Ophthalmologists, Except Pediatric
• General Internal Medicine Physicians
• Family Medicine Physicians
• Psychiatrists
• Chief Executives
• Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates
• Dentists, General

Best of luck to you!

~ Sheila

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Kruti’s Answer

Anesthesiologist, Pain Management Specialist.
Pain Management Physician.
Primary Care Physician.
Associate Professor, Physician.
Physician Extender.
Chief Executive Officer/Chief Technology Officer.
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Joe’s Answer

Jamari,

My advice would be to find something that you're passionate about, and find a way to translate that into a way to build a career. Some advice that has stuck with me over the years from a college professor, was that "there's a time to learn, and a time to earn". Be the best that you can be in every aspect of your profession, be a sponge for knowledge, and the money will come. Good Luck!
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Donna’s Answer

Jamari;

Well I googled highest paying jobs in Florida, and they have several categories. High School Diploma, Associates Degree, Bachelor's Degree, etc..

But let me caution you this, you may be a go getter and a hard worker, but working hard at a job you hate just for the salary will eventually take it's toll. In addition, sometimes higher salaries come with increase stress levels and couple that with a job you hate = early date with the Reaper.

So work hard to figure out what direction you would like to go in a career. Something that interest you and you have an aptitude for. Not sure what that is. Talk to your counselors, Google "aptitude test" -- take several. Take the ASVAB, taking the test doesn't require you to go into the military; but it is another tool to help you focus in on what you want to do in the future.

Do you want to go to college? Some careers require it others you can start from a intern position and move up. Or maybe an apprenticeship is for you.

Think about it. Reply back and we can talk some more.
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