Want to move on?
Most people want a job where they can get ahead, learn new skills and make more money. That's the $ 112,000 question: How can you have both? Is there a job out there that gives you six-figure income, and all that, too? As unemployment is over 49 years low, there are several professions to choose from that will give people the one thing that gets them out of bed in the morning: a meaningful job with the option of advancement.
Access to career momentum opportunities in the workplace is one of the strongest predictors of employee satisfaction based on millions of reviews left on Glassdoor, as well as high-quality culture and values and senior leadership, according to a study published Wednesday by the company. “This list of jobs with great career opportunities is not limited to technical; we see several financial, health and marketing roles with strong career paths. "
Is there a job out there that gives you a six-figure income, lets you move on and make you happy?
The taxpayer has the strongest career opportunity assessment, according to employees in this position. It has a median base salary of $ 1
"Several finance roles, including accounting and accounting manager, can also boast strong career prospects, along with competitive salaries and many open jobs," Glassdoor added. With the infiltration of technology in financial services, it is a renewed emphasis for tax executives to build closer customer relationships, it added.
The report used the following criteria: A median base salary for the past year of $ 80,000 a year or higher, well above June 2019, median annual salary of $ 53,411, and at least 2,000 positions from July 5 on Glassdoor. Employees rated their job on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the highest level of advancement. The taxpayer had a rating of 4.1 compared to the average rating of 3.0 on all jobs on the Glassdoor site. Here is a list of the top 25.
Taxpayers were followed by sales developer ($ 81,721 per year with 3193 positions), product designers ($ 102,054 per year and 2,045 openings), strategy manager ($ 142,328 per year and 3,311 openings) ), HR Manager ($ 84,700 a year and 4,351 openings), Audit Manager ($ 102,521 a year and 3,050 openings) and computer scientist ($ 110,160 a year and 6,789 openings).
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Companies are always committed to using Intel to improve efficiency and learn more about their customers, so there is a great demand for data scientists. They are # 1 on Glassdore's latest "Best Jobs in America" for 2019 – for the fourth year. They boast an annual base salary of $ 108,000, but Glassdoor also says there are signs that wage growth has been leveled. They were followed by # 2 ($ 83,000) and # 3 ($ 82,000), # 4 ($ 74,000) and # 5 ($ 115,000) occupational therapists, and # 5 ($ 115,000) occupational therapists.
There were other six-figure jobs among Glassdore's top 20 list with relatively high numbers of job openings, job satisfaction and earning potential, including # 6 ($ 106,000-a-year) devop engineers working with developers and IT staff to oversee with code releases, data engineers at No. 8 ($ 100,000), software engineers at No. 10 ($ 104,000), physician assistant at No. 12 ($ 105,000), strategy manager at No. 16 ($ 140,000), and security engineers at No. 17 ($ 102.000).  Don't miss: One reason wages don't rise faster: The loop for middle management positions
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The work environment is getting stronger, at least judging by the latest data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics last month. Unemployment remained unchanged at 3.7% in July and remained close to a 50-year low. In addition, the government signed more people into the workforce in search of work. The labor force participation rate was 63% in July, up from 62.9% in June.
There has probably never been a better time since the Great Recession began to appear. The US economy added 164,000 new jobs in July, the government recently reported. Analysts polled by MarketWatch predicted 171,000 new jobs last month.