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Magazine announces top 15 highest paying jobs for 2019

By Roberta Pardo

As 2019 transitioned into 2020, many news outlets made end-of-the-year lists. Recently, for example, 24/7 Wall St. magazine released a list of the top 15 highest-paying jobs of 2019, based on data from the job-searching website Glassdoor.
The jobs are listed below, with a few job descriptions and job outlook projections thrown in, counting down from 15 to No. 1:

15. Plant manager. Average base salary: $104,817.
14. Data architect. Average base salary: $104,840.
13. Solutions architect. Average base salary: $106,436. Solutions architects advance technological projects.
12. App development manager. Average base salary: $107,735. This position involves leading teams that create the apps consumers use on their phones today.
11. Nurse. Average base salary: $109,481. It is estimated that healthcare-related jobs will increase by 14 percent by 2028.
10. Software development manager. Average base salary: $109,809.
9. Corporate manager. Average base salary: $113,368. Corporate managers supervise all the financial functions of an organization, including budgeting.
8. Medical assistant. Average base salary: $113,855.
7. Software engineering manager. Average base salary: $114,163. This position consists of directing the work of engineers and is responsible for meeting goals for creating computer programs.
6. Corporate lawyer. Average base salary: $117,588. Corporate lawyers are hired by companies to advise employees in and out of court.
5. Business architect. Average base salary: $122,585. Business architects are responsible for ensuring the commercial strategy of a business uses the right tech system design.
4. Pharmacist. Average base salary: $126,438.
3. Dentist. Average base salary: $142,478.
2. Pharmacy manager. Average base salary: $142,768.
1. Doctor. Average base salary: $193,415.


Revista anuncia los 15 empleos mejores pagados del 2019

A medida que 2019 se convierte en 2020, muchos medios de comunicación hicieron listas de fin de año. Recientemente, por ejemplo, la revista Wall St. 24/7 lanzó una lista de los 15 trabajos mejor pagados de 2019, basada en datos del sitio web de búsqueda de empleo Glassdoor.
Los empleos se listan a continuación, con algunas descripciones de trabajo y proyecciones de perspectivas de trabajo, contando del 15 a No. 1:

15. Gerente de planta. Salario base promedio: $104,817.
14. Arquitecto de datos. Salario base promedio: $104,840.
13. Arquitecto de soluciones. Salario base promedio: $106,436. Los arquitectos de soluciones avanzan los proyectos tecnológicos.
12. Gerente de desarrollo de aplicaciones. Salario base promedio: $107,735. Esta posición involucra liderar equipos que crean las aplicaciones que los consumidores usan en sus teléfonos hoy.
11. Enfermera. Salario base promedio: $109,481. Se estima que los empleos relacionados con la atención médica aumentarán en un 14 por ciento para 2028.
10. Gerente de desarrollo de software. Salario base promedio: $109,809.
9. Gerente corporativo. Salario base promedio: $113,368. Los gerentes corporativos supervisan todas las funciones financieras de una organización, incluidos los presupuestos.
8. Asistente médico. Salario base promedio: $113,855.
7. Gerente de ingeniería de software. Salario base promedio: $114,163. Este puesto consiste en dirigir el trabajo de los ingenieros y es responsable de cumplir los objetivos para crear programas informáticos.
6. Abogado corporativo. Salario base promedio: $117,588. Las empresas contratan abogados corporativos para asesorar a los empleados dentro y fuera de los tribunales.
5. Arquitecto empresarial. Salario base promedio: $122,585. Los arquitectos empresariales son responsables de garantizar que la estrategia comercial de una empresa utilice el diseño de sistema tecnológico adecuado.
4. Farmacéutico. Salario base promedio: $ 126,438.
3. Dentista. Salario base promedio: $ 142,478.
2. Gerente de farmacia. Salario base promedio: $ 142,768.
1. Doctor. Salario base promedio: $ 193,415.

 

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