It can be hard to find high-paying jobs and competition for positions with six figures can be fierce. However, there are some high-earning careers that could surprise you, according to Jenny Powers for Entrepreneur.
Average annual salary: $70,290
A person in this position is responsible for transcribing pretrial and trial proceedings. An associate degree or three-year court-reporting certification is required.
Trader Joe’s Captain
Average annual salary: $104,756
The captain leads and develops the strategy of the store. A bachelor’s degree in hospitality or retail is preferred, along with managerial experience.
Elevator/Escalator Installer & Repairer
Average annual salary: $93,960
This technician job is responsible for installing, assembling and repairing elevators in escalators in retail, residential, medical, or cultural spaces. A high-school diploma and technician skllls, along with an apprenticeship is required.
Average annual salary: $70,241
Overseeing bingo games at a game hall or casino in compliance with regulations can earn an individual up to $112,599 a year.
Average annual salary: $95,000
Transporting goods across several states for various retailers, or companies can earn you a pretty decent salary. A high-school diploma, commercial driver’s license and a driver-training course.
Read more about high paying jobs in Entrepreneur.
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