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There Are 77 Jobs With Six-Figure Salaries

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77. Business professors
> Avg. annual wage: $100,270
> 10% of workers earn less than: $37,170
> Typical entry-level edu. required: Doctoral or professional degree
> Total employment: 84,340
> Projected employment chg. 2016-2026: 18.1%

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76. Transportation, storage, and distribution managers
> Avg. annual wage: $100,740
> 10% of workers earn less than: $54,300
> Typical entry-level edu. required: High school diploma or equivalent
> Total employment: 118,680
> Projected employment chg. 2016-2026: 6.7%

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75. Construction managers
> Avg. annual wage: $101,000
> 10% of workers earn less than: $54,810
> Typical entry-level edu. required: Bachelor’s degree
> Total employment: 263,480
> Projected employment chg. 2016-2026: 11.1%

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74. Physics professors
> Avg. annual wage: $101,190
> 10% of workers earn less than: $47,630
> Typical entry-level edu. required: Doctoral or professional degree
> Total employment: 13,710
> Projected employment chg. 2016-2026: 10.0%

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73. Veterinarians
> Avg. annual wage: $101,530
> 10% of workers earn less than: $53,980
> Typical entry-level edu. required: Doctoral or professional degree
> Total employment: 69,370
> Projected employment chg. 2016-2026: 18.8%

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72. Materials scientists
> Avg. annual wage: $101,910
> 10% of workers earn less than: $51,250
> Typical entry-level edu. required: Bachelor’s degree
> Total employment: 7,470
> Projected employment chg. 2016-2026: 7.1%

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71. Industrial-organizational psychologists
> Avg. annual wage: $102,530
> 10% of workers earn less than: $50,730
> Typical entry-level edu. required: Master’s degree
> Total employment: 920
> Projected employment chg. 2016-2026: 8.4%

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70. Administrative services managers
> Avg. annual wage: $103,380
> 10% of workers earn less than: $52,750
> Typical entry-level edu. required: Bachelor’s degree
> Total employment: 270,100
> Projected employment chg. 2016-2026: 10.1%

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69. Art directors
> Avg. annual wage: $103,510
> 10% of workers earn less than: $51,130
> Typical entry-level edu. required: Bachelor’s degree
> Total employment: 38,110
> Projected employment chg. 2016-2026: 5.4%

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68. Nurse midwives
> Avg. annual wage: $103,640
> 10% of workers earn less than: $66,500
> Typical entry-level edu. required: Master’s degree
> Total employment: 6,530
> Projected employment chg. 2016-2026: 20.7%

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