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10. Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians – $57,850

Electrical and electronics engineering technicians assist engineers in developing such products as computers, medical monitoring devices, and communications and navigational equipment.


9. Purchasing Agents – $58,760

Purchasing agents buy products for their companies to either resell or use internally. To learn about products and services, they attend trade shows and conferences, and also meet with suppliers and vendors.


8. Claims Adjusters, Examiners, Investigators – $59,850

Claims adjusters inspect residential homes, commercial buildings, or vehicles to determine the extent of the damage and how much the insurance company should pay for it.


7. Web Developers – $62,500

As the name implies, web developers are responsible for developing websites. The web programmers handle technical aspects of development, and use programming languages to write code. Web designers create the look of the website.


6. Power Plant Operators, Distributors and Dispatchers – $68,230

Power plant operators, distributors, and dispatchers control the systems that generate coal, nuclear gas, nuclear fuel, and other types of fuel.


5. Nuclear Medicine Technicians – $70,180

Nuclear medicine technicians operate scanning equipment to take images of a patient’s body. They prepare radioactive medications and have patients consume these meds so that questionable parts of the body will be highly visible during the scan.


4. Dental Hygienists – $70,210

Dental hygienists perform a variety of dental services, including examining patients for cavities, gingivitis, or other dental problems. They also take and develop x-rays, and remove plaque, stains, and other substances from the patient’s teeth.


3. Elevator Installers and Repairers – $76,650

Elevator installers and repairers install elevators, moving walkways, escalators, and other types of lifts. They also test and troubleshoot this equipment, and make adjustments to counterweights, brakes, electric motors, switches, and other parts, in addition to ensuring that the equipment meets specification, building codes, and regulations.


2. Radiation Therapists – $77,560

Radiation therapists treat cancer and other types of diseases in patients by administering radiation to them. They use linear accelerators, which are machines that focus an intense level of x-rays at targeted areas of the body.


1. Air Traffic Controllers – $122,530

Air traffic controllers authorize flight movement to ensure efficiency and safety. This includes directing planes and employees on the runways, and issuing takeoff and landing instructions.