We’re finally a few months into 2016, and a lot of people have started to graduate from both college and high school this month and next. The job market is in a state of flux right now, with many new opportunities popping up, high-paying jobs coming and going, and a lot of people finding their college degrees somewhat useless in the market at the moment. Just like the housing market, the job market tends to shift and change with ease. Of course, aiming for one of the highest-paying jobs of 2016 certainly won’t hurt. Here are the ten most high-paying jobs of 2016.
A solution architect, or systems architect, is responsible for designing and organizing a computer system and applications for use by a big company or organization. They make $113,000 on average.
Lawyers are known to advise and represent individuals and businesses alike in matters of the law. They are generally paid by the hour, and usually upwards of 100 an hour. They make around $113,000.
A software architect is a computer programmer whose solely job is to design, code standards and platforms, and handle decisions on said designs. They make an impressive $118,900.
Integrated Circuit Design Engineer
An Integrated Circuit Designer Engineer develops electronic components, including microprocessors and memory, after planning and designing them. They make around $120,000 per year.
Research and Development Manager
A research and development manager is a specialist hired by companies, including engineering firms and educational institutions, to promote product development, research, medical research, and more. They make between $100,000 and $120,000.
An IT manager, or information technology manager, is an expert who plans, coordinates, and oversees the computer related activity of a company. They make $127,600 per year.
Pharmacy managers handle the medications patients will be asking for after a doctor’s visit. They are authorized to handle all instructions coming from a physician regarding medicine and carefully relay that information to a patient. They make $131,000.
A strategy manager is responsible for formulating and implementing the goals and initiatives of a business. They help the company grow and profit amongst competition and changes. They make $132,000.
A physician includes a general doctor or surgeon. They diagnose and treat patients to ensure they help prevent upcoming issues and illnesses. They make upwards of $190,000.
Software Development Manager
A software development manager is the man behind the applications users utilize to complete a specific task. They create the underlying system or network that a device may run on effectively. They make anywhere from $130,000 to $222,000.