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Here Are The Highest Salaries In New Jersey

Here Are The Highest Salaries In New Jersey
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Have you ever wondered how much your doctor charges? Your dentist or lawyer? How about your local pharmacist? I did some research because I’m curious and also because I want to steer my daughters, Brie, Bella, and Fia in the right direction as they choose for their careers someday. Here are the highest paying jobs in New Jersey.

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I found some great info through Zippia… They took a deep dive into the highest paying jobs in our state and went straight to the Bureau of Labor Statistics for some cool hard facts.

Here are the highest paid and paid jobs in New Jersey… Scroll down to see the #1 paying profession in our state!

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Detailed List of Highest Paid Jobs in New Jersey

Job rank average salary

2 CEOs $258,450

3 Obstetricians and Gynecologists $257,480

4 psychiatrists $235,580

5 Family Medicine Physicians $224,300

6 Internists in general $224,200

7 doctors, all others; and ophthalmologists, excluding pediatrics $215,980

8 Nurse Anesthetists $207,500

9 athletes 202 thousand dollars

10 Compensation and Benefits Managers $1983,300

11 Pediatrician, year $197,110

12 Computer and Information Systems Administrators $191,120

13 petroleum engineer 184,560 dollars

14 CFOs $184,130

15 sales managers $183,510

16 Marketing Managers $180,250

17 HR Managers $177,960

18 dentists, year $177,570

19 ADs & Promotions Managers $175,060

20 Training and Development Managers $174,860

21 General Managers and Operations $172,790

22 Purchasing Managers $171,550

23 Architectural and Engineering Director $171,280

24 PR and Fundraising Managers $163,930

25 Construction Manager $152,250

26 Personal Service Manager/Entertainment/Entertainment Manager $152,050

27 lawyers $151,550

28 Physicists $147,900

29 Education Administrators, Post-Secondary $146,910

30 Industrial Production Managers $146,370

31 Police and Detective First Line Supervisor $141,880

32 Justices, Magistrates, and Justices of the Peace $141,480

33 Administrative Services and Facilities Manager $136,150

34 Podiatrist $135,050

35 Transportation, Warehousing, and Distribution Manager $131,540

36 Physician Assistant $131,210

37 Computer and Information Research Scientists $131,070

38 Nurse Practitioners $130,890

39 Health Professionals Teachers, Post-Secondary $130,750

40 Education Principals, Kindergarten through High School $130,540

41 Optometrist $128,890

42 for vets $128,430

43 Medical and Health Services Manager $127,380

44 Personal Financial Advisor $127,120

45 Economics Teacher, Post-secondary, $126,860

46 medical scientists, excluding epidemiologists, $126,530

47 Computer Networking Architect $126,340

48 mathematicians $125,880

49 Pharmacists $124,690

50 Database Administrators and Architects $124,470

51 Information Security Analyst $123,280

52 Actuaries $122,790

53 First Line Supervisor for Firefighting and Prevention Workers $122,720

54 Air Traffic Controller $122,440

55 Technical Director $121,940

56 Chemical Engineers $120,710

57 electronics engineer, excluding computer, 120,210 bucks

58 Electrical Engineers $120,140

59 Hydrologists $120,140

60 Business Instructor, Post-Secondary $11,950

61 Computer hardware engineer $119,890

62 Aerospace Engineer $119,680

63 Sales Engineer $118,160

64 Administrative Law Judges, Referees, and Hearing Officers $117,490

65 nurse midwives $117,070

66 Statistical $116,890

67 data scientists and mathematical science careers, all $116,250

68 engineers, all $116,040

69 Biochemist and Biophysicist $115,670

70 Operations Research Analyst $114,410

71 First Line Superintendent of Corrections Officers $113,610

72 Software Developers, Software Quality Assurance Analysts, and Testers $113,220

73 Management Analyst $112,380

74 Labor Relations Specialist $112,150

75 Financial Examiners $109,700

76 health and safety engineers, excluding mining safety engineers and inspectors, $108.950

77 emergency management managers $108,930

78 Bioengineers and Biomedical Engineers $107,180

79 Detectives and Criminal Investigators 106,120 USD

80 Engineering Teachers, Post-Secondary $105,860

81 world materials 105,490 dollars

82 Microbiologists $105.280

83 Computer Systems Analyst $104,000

84 Arbitrators, mediators and conciliators $104,300

85 Education Managers, all others $104,240

86 First Line Supervisor for Non-Retail Sales Workers $103,710

87 Gambling Managers $103,170

88 Chiropractors $103,120

89 Network and Computer Systems Administrator $103,030

90 acupuncturists and healthcare practitioners diagnose or treat practitioners, all $102,900

91 Sales Representatives, Wholesaling & Manufacturing, Art & Scientific Products $102,820

92 Radiologists $102,530

93 physicists, all $102,440

94 Industrial Engineers $102,360

95 Financial Analyst, Investment, Financial Risk Professional, and Financial Specialist, all $101,780

96 Materials Engineer $101,710

97 Physics Teacher, Post-secondary $101,280

98 Biological Science Teachers, Post-Secondary $100,990

99 Physiotherapists $100.740

100 Civil Engineers $100,690

And the #1 profession in New Jersey is…. drums please…

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#1 Surgeons! (Excluding eye doctors) They make $275,710 to start, and it only goes up from there!

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