50 Highest and Lowest Paying Jobs of 2017

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5. Attorney
> National median base pay: $93,019
> Highest median pay: $140,435 in San Francisco
> Lowest median pay: $101,158 in Atlanta
> YoY wage growth: 0.4%
> Employment outlook (2016-2026): 9%

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4. Data scientist
> National median base pay: $93,562
> Highest median pay: $133,666 in San Francisco
> Lowest median pay: $95,226 in Atlanta
> YoY wage growth: -0.4%
> Employment outlook (2016-2026): 19%

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3. Tax manager
> National median base pay: $93,988
> Highest median pay: $120,779 in San Francisco
> Lowest median pay: $99,613 in Atlanta
> YoY wage growth: 0.2%
> Employment outlook (2016-2026): 9%

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2. Solutions architect
> National median base pay: $101,469
> Highest median pay: $126,087 in San Francisco
> Lowest median pay: $104,252 in Houston
> YoY wage growth: -0.1%
> Employment outlook (2016-2026): 6%

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1. Pharmacist
> National median base pay: $127,682
> Highest median pay: $141,217 in San Francisco
> Lowest median pay: $115,299 in Houston
> YoY wage growth: 0.9%
> Employment outlook (2016-2026): 6%