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25 Highest Paying Jobs for Women

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15. Industrial production managers
> Women’s annual earnings: $67,392
> Men’s annual earnings: $81,796
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 82.4%
> Number of workers: 243,000 (22.6% women)

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14. Operations research analysts
> Women’s annual earnings: $67,548
> Men’s annual earnings: $81,432
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 83.0%
> Number of workers: 125,000 (46.4% women)

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13. Architects, except naval
> Women’s annual earnings: $67,652
> Men’s annual earnings: $79,976
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 84.6%
> Number of workers: 170,000 (30.6% women)

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12. Human resources managers
> Women’s annual earnings: $69,160
> Men’s annual earnings: $91,572
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 75.5%
> Number of workers: 294,000 (75.2% women)

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11. Medical and health services managers
> Women’s annual earnings: $69,212
> Men’s annual earnings: $89,908
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 77.0%
> Number of workers: 567,000 (73.7% women)

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