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    10 Best jobs to have in the United States


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    Quote Originally Posted by tropicalbeauty
    Top 10 best jobs
    MONEY Magazine and Salary.com researched hundreds of jobs, considering their growth, pay, stress-levels and other factors. These careers ranked highest. (more)
    1. Software Engineer 6. Market research analyst
    2. College professor 7. Computer IT analyst
    3. Financial adviser 8. Real Estate Appraiser
    4. Human Resources Manager 9. Pharmacist
    5. Physician assistant 10. Psychologist

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    Why it's great If you want to know what the next big thing is, this is your field. Before launching a product or service, companies turn to market research analysts who collect and evaluate data about consumer wants, needs and buying habits.

    You get to work on a huge variety of projects: In a single day you might run a taste test on a new vodka flavor, evaluate a re-branding campaign for a hot dog and analyze political polling data.

    What's cool Testing products before they hit the market. You talk to lots of people and get to ask them personal questions you wouldn't dare pose at a party.

    What's not Being mistaken for a telemarketer; deadlines; number crunching.

    Top-paying job A senior exec or partner in a consulting firm can earn more than $200,000.

    Education B.A.; M.A. in statistics helps.

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    Agree w. #1, but I feel #9 should be higher. If you are Pharmacist you start off at 90K in a bad market, and some places ( although very obscure ) offer cars or 100K or more for their signing bonus.
    I believe Pharmacists have less stress if they work at a supermarket ( rather than a crazy CVS ) , and they seem more carefree than a software engineer.

    If I had to do it all over again, I'd be a Pharmacist.
    Last edited by RotiKing2004eva; 04-14-2006 at 11:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RotiKing2004eva
    Agree w. #1, but I feel #9 should be higher. If you are Pharmacist you start off at 90K in a bad market, and some places ( although very obscure ) offer cars or 100K or more for their signing bonus.
    I believe Pharmacists have less stress if they work at a supermarket ( rather than a crazy CVS ) , and they seem more carefree than a software engineer.

    If I had to do it all over again, I'd be a Pharmacist.
    Yeah but software engineers have other perks that can make life enjoyable. It all depends on the employer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreadJockey
    Top 10 best jobs
    MONEY Magazine and Salary.com researched hundreds of jobs, considering their growth, pay, stress-levels and other factors. These careers ranked highest. (more)
    1. Software Engineer 6. Market research analyst
    2. College professor 7. Computer IT analyst
    3. Financial adviser 8. Real Estate Appraiser
    4. Human Resources Manager 9. Pharmacist
    5. Physician assistant 10. Psychologist
    wow, #2 huh? an I always ####################in about my job.....steupps.

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    http://i.cnn.net/money/popups/2006/m...pup_frame7.giflooks like i need to put that degree to work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreadJockey
    Top 10 best jobs
    MONEY Magazine and Salary.com researched hundreds of jobs, considering their growth, pay, stress-levels and other factors. These careers ranked highest. (more)
    1. Software Engineer 6. Market research analyst
    2. College professor 7. Computer IT analyst
    3. Financial adviser 8. Real Estate Appraiser
    4. Human Resources Manager 9. Pharmacist
    5. Physician assistant 10. Psychologist
    I was surprised to find out how much college professors make, they make alot more than i thought.....its coo that my future job made it to be numer 10 but it seems like the pay for being a psychologist is going down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilsavage
    I was surprised to find out how much college professors make, they make alot more than i thought.....:
    I was surprised by that also.
    all my professors used to cry broke

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreadJockey
    Top 10 best jobs
    MONEY Magazine and Salary.com researched hundreds of jobs, considering their growth, pay, stress-levels and other factors. These careers ranked highest. (more)
    1. Software Engineer 6. Market research analyst
    2. College professor 7. Computer IT analyst
    3. Financial adviser 8. Real Estate Appraiser
    4. Human Resources Manager 9. Pharmacist
    5. Physician assistant 10. Psychologist
    Clearly I need a new job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RotiKing2004eva
    Agree w. #1, but I feel #9 should be higher. If you are Pharmacist you start off at 90K in a bad market, and some places ( although very obscure ) offer cars or 100K or more for their signing bonus.
    I believe Pharmacists have less stress if they work at a supermarket ( rather than a crazy CVS ) , and they seem more carefree than a software engineer.

    If I had to do it all over again, I'd be a Pharmacist.
    I kinda agree but the studying to be a pharmacist is truly the hard part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zenzele1
    Clearly I need a new job.
    Ditto...lol.

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