What Are The Highest Paying Jobs In The World?

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Are you curious to know what are the highest paying jobs in the world? These careers require lots of hard work and dedication and who knows, someday you could be working in one the the highest paying careers in the world.


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What Are The Highest Paying Jobs In The World?

This is a list of the highest paying jobs in the world and was compiled by wealthgorilla.com. Check it out!

This list is in no particular order.

  1. Lawyer
  2. Marketing Manager
  3. Podiatrist 
  4. Petroleum Engineer
  5. IT Manager
  6. Airline Pilot & Co-Pilot
  7. Dentist
  8. Nurse Anesthesiologist
  9. Pediatrician
  10. Internist
  11. Prosthodontist
  12. CEO
  13. General Practitioner (GP)
  14. Psychiatrist
  15. Orthodontist
  16. Gynecologist
  17. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon
  18. Surgeon
  19. Anesthesiologist
  20. Neurosurgeon

All of these careers are very well paid and come with many benefits. However, they also require lots of hard work and sacrifices. 


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