25 Highest Paying Government Careers

[wp_ad_camp_4] Government jobs are usually associated with things like working reasonable hours, stability, and a wide variety of benefits, including a decent retirement package. However, government jobs are usually not one of the first categories of jobs that people associate with jobs that pay a lot of money. Many are surprised when they see a list of the highest paying government jobs. Working for the government does not necessarily mean that a person will receive an average income. They can receive the above mentioned benefits, plus earn a salary that…

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15 Jobs That Pay Over $50,000 Without a College Degree

1. HVAC Technician [wp_ad_camp_4] Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems technicians are responsible for installing, maintaining, and repairing those systems. The job is focused on ventilation, indoor air quality, and environmental well-being. Systems in charge of the air conditioning are complex to maintain and install, so the technicians on these duties must have a broad knowledge in the field, and the preparation for the job. The job itself can sometimes be uncomfortable or even dangerous, especially because of rough environment conditions technicians must endure while working (very high or low…

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10 Jobs With the Least Stress

10. Economists [wp_ad_camp_4] Economists have a job stress score of 15.60 [most stressful job is 71.59]. Economists provide macro or micro economic advice to organizations or companies. They do this by studying data and statistics of the past, the market that company is trying to position in, and the competition. Economists are focused on reducing costs, forecasting future economic conditions pertinent to the company/organization, improving sales, marketing, and maintaining the money flow within the company, in positive balance. Understanding the market, trends, and financial aspects of business, they provide the…

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10 High Paying Jobs For People Who Hate Sitting Behind A Desk All Day

1. Occupational Therapist [wp_ad_camp_4] This job title says it all. It involves almost everything but sitting in front of a desk for long periods of time. Occupational therapists focus on building and improving essential life-skills for people with developmental issues or disabilities. Basically, it’s about helping others to regain independence and participation in society trough everyday activities they actually enjoy. Think helping disabled children gain social skills, or facilitating grown-ups cope with life-altering injuries. If you like interacting with people of all ages and have a knack for helping others,…

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10 Jobs With the Best Work-Life Balance

1. Software Developer [wp_ad_camp_4] Software developers or computer programmers are responsible of designing, installing and maintaining different software systems. Analytical, innovative thinking as well as a passion for computers are a must-have. On this field of work, freelancing is a very common option; and although it can be quite challenging to go on your own at first, it definitely allows workers to achieve a healthy balance between their job and personal life since they can do some (if not all) of the work at home depending on the project. The…

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20 Jobs You Didn’t Know Existed

1. TV Watcher [wp_ad_camp_4] If TV watching is what you enjoy doing all day, this may be a job for you. Netflix has a paying job where people watch hours of movies and shows, called a tagger. A tagger is someone who watches movies and TV shows and creates tags that help to identify what category and genre they may fit in. These tags help to recommend to you what type of videos you may find interesting. However, not just anyone who enjoys watching shows may be qualified. You have…

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10 Ways for You to Make Money Online

1) Review Amazon Products [wp_ad_camp_4] Amazon offers commission for sales of its products.  Depending on the volume you push, it can be 4-8% of the total purchase amount.  Here’s the real advantage of the Amazon Associates program, anything they buy within 24 hours of clicking from your website will give you commission.  If you are an avid Amazon shopper, this may be the route you can think about going.  Sites like This is Why I’m Broke make millions (based on my estimate) from featuring and reviewing Amazon products. Ideal for: Those who buy…

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