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25 Highest Paying Jobs for Women

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20. Education administrators
> Women’s annual earnings: $64,740
> Men’s annual earnings: $81,276
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 79.7%
> Number of workers: 857,000 (65.7% women)

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19. Computer systems analysts
> Women’s annual earnings: $64,792
> Men’s annual earnings: $85,644
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 75.7%
> Number of workers: 580,000 (38.3% women)

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18. Postsecondary teachers
> Women’s annual earnings: $65,156
> Men’s annual earnings: $83,356
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 78.2%
> Number of workers: 994,000 (46.3% women)

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17. Financial managers
> Women’s annual earnings: $65,624
> Men’s annual earnings: $92,768
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 70.7%
> Number of workers: 1,158,000 (57.3% women)

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16. Civil engineers
> Women’s annual earnings: $66,664
> Men’s annual earnings: $80,652
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 82.7%
> Number of workers: 410,000 (15.4% women)

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