High pay, low turnover: See the best jobs for 2019

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Here are some of the best jobs for 2019
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Even in a stable economy, job seekers abound. Most of us are not content to settle, so we’re always on the lookout for the best job we can possibly land.

With that in mind, you might be interested in a new list of the best jobs out there for 2019. U.S. News & Report has compiled what they consider the Best Jobs in 2019 — from teacher to cartographer.

Report: Here are the best jobs of 2019

The jobs are broken down by industry so there are many of them to peruse. To make things a bit easier, we’ve listed the top occupations by pay and then the top occupations overall.

New data shows that some of the hottest positions right now are in an array of industries, from health care to technology and the trades. And while the tech industry is well represented when it comes to hot jobs, the health care industry takes the top spot for best-paying gigs. Let’s have a look:

Here are the best-paying jobs in 2019 

Job Median Salary Projected jobs

Anesthesiologist

$208,000

5,100
Surgeon $208,000 6,500

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

$208,000 1,300

Obstetrician and Gynecologist

$208,000 3,400

Orthodontist

$208,000 1,300

Psychiatrist

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$208,000 3,100
Physician $192,930 7,300

Prosthodontist

$185,150 200

Pediatrician

$172,650 4,600
Dentist $151,440 25,700

You might be wondering how U.S. News & World report compiled its jobs list, considering that people have different ideas of what constitutes the “best job.” The publication said it analyzed a number of key components from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, including 10-year growth percentage, stress level involved and, of course, median salary.

The report also weighed projected job openings from 2016 to 2026. Let’s look at the best jobs overall for 2019:

Here are the best jobs overall in 2019

Job Median Salary Projected jobs

Software Developer

$101,790

255,400
Statistician $84,060 12,600

Physician Assistant

$104,860 39,600

Dentist

$151,440 25,700

Nurse Anesthetist

$165,120 6,800

Orthodontist

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$208,000 1,300

Nurse Practitioner

$103,880 56,100

Pediatrician

$172,650 4,600

Obstetrician and Gynecologist

$208,000 3,400

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

$208,000 1,300

If you’re looking to land a new job, don’t leave it to the resume robots to determine whether you’re hired. With a solid resume, your next position could be literally in your own hands — and that’s how it should be.

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