Four High-Paying Jobs Where You Can Earn Over $150,000

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High-paying jobs may seem hard to attain, but there’s an abundance of options if you’re choosing a new career path or looking to take your job to the next level. Here are jobs that pay more than $150,000, according to GoBankingRates.  

Nurse Anesthetist  

Average annual salary: $183,580  

A person in this position is responsible for providing anesthesia care and overseeing patient recovery. Education required is a master’s degree in nursing or a registered nurse license.  

Natural Science Manager 

Average annual salary: $172,990  

This position is responsible for the oversight of scientific research related to manufacturing or product development. This usually requires a bachelor’s degree but could call for master’s or PhD.  


Average annual salary: $152,230  

This celestial career could take you to positions at the federal government, universities, or other research sites. It’s expected to see an 8 percent growth in the next decade. This position also requires a bachelor’s and masters.  

Marketing Manager 

Average annual salary: $150,930  

A marketing manager coordinates the marketing program and provides oversight in the process of developing products. This requires a bachelor’s degree or experience in the marketing field 

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Both affordable and centrally located for people in and around the Bucks County area, the school has three main campuses in Newtown, Bristol, and Perkasie, allowing students to attend throughout the area. 

For those just starting their paths in higher education, or returning to school after a prolonged absence, Bucks County Community College offers over 90 academic programs within seven Academic Departments.  

The school’s 43 Associate’s Degree programs prepare students to pursue either a career or their Bachelor’s degrees after graduation. 

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