Most paid healthcare careers in the United States

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Most paid healthcare careers in the United States

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If you are looking for jobs in Orlando, Florida, or in the whole area of the USA, particularly in healthcare careers, this article is perfect for you. A website called Glassdoor, dedicated to collecting evaluations of employees and former employees anonymously about companies and their administration, published a new report that listed the 25 most paid jobs in the United States.

The clear majority of the jobs that occupied a position on the list are careers that require a high level of education and which do not present risks of being replaced by automation. Technology and healthcare careers stood out among the list. Glassdoor noted that most jobs available are in New York, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Atlanta, Austin, Washington, D.C., and in Florida, including cities such as Miami, Tampa, and Orlando.

The first five most paid positions are physicians with a salary of $195,842 where there are more than 3,000 positions available. These are followed by pharmacy managers with more than 2,000 offers and an average salary of $146,412; pharmacists with 2,534 positions available and salaries of around $127,120; enterprise architects with around 1,000 available positions and a salary of $115,944; and corporate counsels with an average base of $115,580 and about 683 positions available in several states. Other positions in the line of medicine are those of medical assistant with a salary of $108,761 and more than 8,000 positions, as well as nursing careers ($106,962).

Glassdoor prepared the report taking into account the title and the basic average salary of the most requested jobs. Check out the full list here: https://www.glassdoor.com/

Employment in Florida

Much of the campaign and the accomplishments highlighted by the governor of Florida, Rick Scott, has been the creation of jobs. Scott announced that “the private sector has created 26,000 new jobs. We have added 211,000 jobs in the last 12 months… almost 1.6 million private sector jobs in the last 7 and a half years.”

As reported by the Florida Times-Union, about three million Floridians are in poverty, with salaries 13 percent below the national average, but Scott notes that before being elected, and while living a huge recession, “there were no jobs that will help any family. Now we see job growth month after month after month.”

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