5 Most Surprisingly Highest Paying Jobs In The U.S.

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In today’s economy it is very difficult to find work and especially the type that you deserve and are well paid for. In May 2012 the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics had reported that $45,790 was the median job pay annually. As well, several of the higher paying jobs required better education, such as law or medical school as well as a gradual rise through the positions up to upper management roles. But before people start to get down in the dumps, there just happens to be a few jobs that do not require much training or even experience and yet offer a 6-digit income. You just need to know where to search and be able to work hard.

1. Personal Shopper

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It is good to keep in mind that the secret to having a prosperous business is to be offering a service for people who aren’t willing to do it for themselves. Although you may be thinking of electricians or plumbers, what individual will be capable of bringing in an income that is not only equal to an electrician or plumber’s income but both of their incomes put together? The answer is a “personal shopper.” In accordance with “Forbes,” a personal shopper can surpass the $100,000 mark in their duties of shopping for clothes and food – as the client doesn’t want to spend such time consumption doing those things. But not only is the money great, these personal shoppers can get away from a typical 9 to 5 job because they can work as freelancers.

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