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25 Highest Paying Jobs for Women

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10. Marketing and sales managers
> Women’s annual earnings: $70,824
> Men’s annual earnings: $96,304
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 73.5%
> Number of workers: 963,000 (46.4% women)

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9. Physical therapists
> Women’s annual earnings: $72,124
> Men’s annual earnings: $73,320
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 98.4%
> Number of workers: 209,000 (66.5% women)

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8. Management analysts
> Women’s annual earnings: $74,724
> Men’s annual earnings: $85,384
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 87.5%
> Number of workers: 635,000 (43.9% women)

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7. Computer programmers
> Women’s annual earnings: $75,140
> Men’s annual earnings: $86,424
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 86.9%
> Number of workers: 428,000 (21.3% women)

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6. Software developers, applications and systems software
> Women’s annual earnings: $85,488
> Men’s annual earnings: $98,488
> Women’s earnings as pct. of men’s: 86.8%
> Number of workers: 1,611,000 (20.3% women)

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