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What jobs allow you to make good money?

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George’s Answer

First, you've got to define what "Good Money" is.
How much is not enough? How much is enough? How much is too much? What do you "need"? What do you "want"? What lifestyle do you want? What do you enjoy? Do you want to give? Is status important to you? What impact do you want to have in your world? What do you dream of? What passion(s) motivate you? What makes you happy? If the job sucks, but pays "BIG" money, is it worth the cost?

Money might bring you a lot of other things, but.... MONEY WILL NOT GET YOU JOY!!!

This message from an Accredited Financial Counselor.
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Mehrunnisa’s Answer

Accounting (also a faster path compared to Medicine, Pharmacy School, Law, which are also lucrative careers). You can use websites like salary.com to look at wages by location if you want an idea of how much you will be making!
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Milady’s Answer

sales career makes alot of money because increased sales and profits the company gain new market share
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Jeanna’s Answer

Hi Macey! This is a good question. I wondered a lot about this when I was going to school too. I feel like the definition of "good money" differs from person to person and this definition also changes with time. Each person has their own life experiences that help them define what "good money" is and over time, you get to learn more about yourself and your lifestyle needs. Additionally, with time, different jobs become more desirable and needed by society.

For instance, I went to school and majored in a field that my parents did not think I could make good money from. They strongly believed that I should go into the medical field or become an engineer to make good money. I took many of the classes to get into those fields, but realized that I was not passionate about them. From that, I did a lot of reflecting. I eventually decided to pursue my passions whole-heartedly and over time, I learned more about the field that I am currently in.

I know this answer isn't as concrete as telling you a specific job, but my hope is that you take some time to think deeply about your passions and the good money will follow :)
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Rob’s Answer

I am in the telecommunications field and that industry pays well. There are all different types of positions: business analysts, electrical engineers, finance, accounting, mechanical engineers, etc. All sorts of career choices within the field. Just continue to add value to your organization and you will have a long, fruitful career.
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