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Jobs Where Women Earn the Most in the U.S.

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01/11/2017

A chart that lists the highest paying occupations for women in the United States segmented by median weekly, and median yearly earnings. Sourced from Bureau of Labor Statistics data.

Compared with their grandmothers, women today have virtually endless options when it comes to choosing a career path. But which jobs pay the most? According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the highest-paying job for a woman is that of CEO. The job averages an annual salary of over $95,000.

Careers in health care, tech, and management dominate the top 10: Pharmacists claim second place, averaging over $94,000 per year, while physicians and surgeons command nearly $80,000. IT managers average above $81,000 per year, while software developers draw nearly $74,000. Management analysts earn over $70,000, while human resource managers bring in around $66,000. Outside of those industries, lawyers take third place with an average of nearly $90,000.

 

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