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What types of jobs pay well?

I think I might pursue something medical.

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Samantha’s Answer

One way to find high-paying careers is by looking online at salary estimator tools like Salary.com, Indeed, or Glassdoor. Be sure to sort by location since the same job can pay very different amounts depending on where you live in the world.

There are also some articles online about top-paying careers, which can help you start your search. As silly as it sounds, even subreddits dedicated to certain career paths can give you basic salary answers.

A good rule of thumb is that anything highly skilled or in-demand will probably have a higher salary attached. Keep in mind that this can includes the trades -- it's not just doctors and lawyers who make a lot of money. Also, with some careers, you'll get paid less earlier on but climb the pay ladder as you spend more and more time in that field.

Hope that helps!
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DAUDI’s Answer

Computer science
Medical Programs
Agriculture
Mining
Mechanical Engineering
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Yasir’s Answer

You can earn good as a doctor but it requires much more hard work and years of your life. If you are good in study then you can join medical field but if you want to earn a lot of money in your life, think for a business. You can compare many examples in your life who had done job whole of his life with a person who had done business. You will always see a big difference even after 10 years.
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Peter’s Answer

I think there is a qualification of what you asked here. many types of job pay well, being a doctor is definitely pay well but requires years of training and certain temperament or top musician... I would qualified as what types of job will start up better than average without extensive training (e.g. 10+ years). nursing/medical, engineering area are usually better teaching and farming but if one can get to the elite level, the overall difference may not be as obvious. Furthermore, one can only get to the top level if one has the love for it. Therefore, find your passion and see if that can line-up with the things that pay well. money alone is not enough.
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Catherine’s Answer

So, when it comes to job security, yes, something medical is an excellent choice. We may choose not to engage in any thing but most times, we don't choose not to be sick! So, there is always someone (patient)to treat or see...

That being said, l want to make it sincerely clear that medical work or profession is demanding, because you have to master both the art and science of its application to fully practice with pride and satisfaction.

However, there are various aspects of medical field, and you will need to read up the academic and clinical demands of each area to know if it is something that is really feasible for you. All things considered.

Don't go into medical program because your friend or relative just graduated and is doing well. Go for it because you feel the passion and the calling. You may be theoretically great but practically poor, don't worry, practice always makes perfect. You will definitely need some years in the field to calm your practice anxiety. Also remember, medicine is constantly evolving, so staying upto date in your practice is not a choice but a mandate! Relax, you will go with the flow...

The beautiful thing is that, even when the practical aspect continues to be a challenge, you have options such as ,specializing in an area to streamline your concentration, or taking up a teaching job to avoid too much practical demands

Remember, there is no perfect JOB and no perfect YOU, but being open to objective corrections, and hopefully being blessed with understanding co-workers makes a huge difference in your career life

All the best!

Catherine DNP
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