Five Highest-Paying Jobs in 2023

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Are you looking for a career shift and want to make extra money? Do you want to pursue a higher income? The U.S. News and World Report recently released the highest-paying jobs of 2023.  


Average Salary: $208,000/year  

An anesthesiologist is responsible for administering anesthesia to patients during surgery as well as monitoring how patients respond to it. They also evaluate patient status before and after surgery and prescribe relief for people experiencing pain.  

Oral/Maxillofacial Surgeon 

Average Salary: $208,000/year 

This kind of surgeon focuses on the reconstruction of the face, head, jaws, and soft tissues of the oral region for cosmetic or injury-related reasons.  

Obstetrician and Gynecologist 

Average Salary: $208,000/year  

An OBGYN is all-encompassing. Gynecologists provide care for women’s health issues. An obstetrician would provide care for people who want to get pregnant, are pregnant, and after they give birth.  


Average Salary: $208,000/year  

Other than the obvious duty of performing surgery, a surgeon also evaluates and treats conditions.  


Average Salary: $208,000/year 

A person in this position is a specialist who focuses on alighting and straightening teeth. They usually provide braces, retainers, or clear aligners.  

Read more about the highest paying jobs of 2023 in Entrepreneur.  

Top 10 highest paying jobs in 2023.

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