Now hiring: These 11 jobs pay $100,000 or more

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Now hiring: These 11 jobs pay $100,000 or more
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If you think it’s about time that you made $100,000 a year or more, then give these jobs a closer look! Glassdoor.com recently spotlighted 11 positions (other than lawyers and doctors) that pay very well.

Want to make $100,000 a year? Consider these jobs!

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To make this list, Glassdoor says a job must have received at least 60 salary reports shared by employees over the past two years. As you may know, Glassdoor lets people anonymously share salary details.

So here are those 11 high-paying jobs, which are listed in no special order:

Special agent

  • Total median pay: $125,000
  • Median base salary: $121,000

Airline pilot

  • Total median pay: $134,000
  • Median base salary: $120,000

Regional sales executive

  • Total median pay: $103,500
  • Median base salary: $65,000

Nurse practitioner 

  • Total median pay: $101,600
  • Median base salary: $100,000

Reservoir engineer 

  • Total median pay: $143,000
  • Median base salary: $125,000

Dentist 

  • Total median pay: $129,968
  • Median base salary: $125,000

Equity research associate

  • Total median pay: $100,000
  • Median base salary: $85,000

Geophysicist

  • Total median pay: $119,380
  • Median base salary: $109,864

Physician assistant 

  • Total median pay: $100,392
  • Median base salary: $100,000

Drilling engineer 

  • Total median pay: $116,500
  • Median base salary: $106,680

 Software architect

  • Total median pay: $139,000
  • Median base salary: $130,000

Keep in mind, the total pay depends a lot on the base salary for many of these jobs, but commissions or bonuses can also play a part.

Most of these positions require at least a bachelor’s degree and sometimes more, including the healthcare jobs. By the way, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says there will be high demand for nurses through at least 2024.

For a list of high-paying jobs that don’t require a college degree, we’ve got you covered here.

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