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20 Hot Jobs That Pay More Than $150,000

20 Hot Jobs That Pay More Than $150,000

How does a job earning more than $150,000 a year sound? The first step to pursuing a six-figure career is identifying which careers have that earning potential — even if they don’t start at that pay, according to Cheryl Palmer, a certified career coach and owner of Call to Career. “If the potential is there to make six figures, then you can put this career on your list and then decide out of all the careers that have this type of earning potential which one(s) you are most interested.”

If you’re looking to get into a career that is growing and pays well, consider these high-paying jobs that have lots to offer.

Last updated: Feb. 25, 2020

1. Anesthesiologist

An anesthesiologist is a doctor who administers drugs to ease patients into unconsciousness before surgery or reduce pain for other medical procedures.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) lists anesthesiologists as

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8 Jobs for College Students That Pay Above Minimum Wage

With tuition rates higher than ever, many students work to offset the costs of college. The best part-time jobs for college students pay more than minimum wage, allowing you to cover some of your living costs or even reduce the amount you borrow in student loans. Read on for eight high-paying part-time jobs for students that will help you earn money for school.

8 high-paying part-time jobs for college students

1. Academic tutor
2. Freelance web designer or programmer
3. Editor or blogger
4. Fitness instructor
5. Massage therapist
6. Babysitter
7. Bank teller
8. Mystery shopper
Plus: Where to find the best part-time jobs for students

1. Academic tutor

Are you a strong writer or a biology expert? Did you get a great score on the SAT or ace high school algebra? Whatever your academic strength, you can find students who need your help.

Companies like Care.com connect tutors

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Here's How the Army Will Pay New Recruits Who Can’t Get to Basic Training

Here’s How the Army Will Pay New Recruits Who Can’t Get to Basic Training

The 1,400 recruits on hold because of the novel coronavirus pandemic may be eligible to be paid as privates under the new Future Soldier to Active Duty Program, U.S. Army Recruiting Command announced Thursday.

“The majority of the delays are in areas experiencing the largest COVID-19 outbreaks: the New York City metropolitan area, the northeast United States, southern California, south Florida and Seattle,” Lisa Ferguson, a spokeswoman for Recruiting Command, told Military.com.

The program will pay future soldiers about $1,600 — the base pay of an active-duty private — as long as they have had their basic training dates rescheduled based on the virus risk level in their area, according to an April 2 news release posted on the command’s website.

“It’s important that we take care of our people,” Maj. Gen. Frank Muth, commanding general of Recruiting Command, said in the release. “This virus has been a challenge for

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Coronavirus drives up demand - and pay

Coronavirus drives up demand – and pay

By Deena Beasley

(Reuters) – U.S. hospitals, bracing for a surge of coronavirus patients just as some staff are under quarantine after being exposed to the virus, are facing a shortage of temporary nurses who can fill in – and being asked to pay as much as double to make it worth it. So-called “travel nurses” total around 50,000 – or less than one percent of the nursing workforce – which represents an increase in recent years as the U.S. population ages, demand increases and workers seek more flexible employment options.

With the coronavirus outbreak escalating every day, the need for temporary nurses is growing exponentially throughout the United States.

But an “unprecedented number” are backing out of assignments because they do not want to travel in the midst of the crisis, said Alan Braynin, chief executive at staffing firm Aya Healthcare.

As staffing agencies have raised pay demands for

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