The best- and worst-paid jobs in America

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Anesthesiologists top surgeons in the health care field.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has tracked the average wage of 820 occupations and Reddit user Dan Lin has put the information into a really great graph. The top takeaway from the fun and long graph shows the 13 best-paid non-executive jobs in America have one thing in common: They’re all in health care. Anesthesiologists top surgeons to grab the top spot.

 

 

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Top 10 most common (and top 10 least common) jobs in America

4.3 million retail salespeople in the U.S.

In the United States, there are 4.3 million retail salespeople.  That is equivalent to the population in the state of Kentucky. And there are 310 prosthodontists — that is, dentists specializing in prosthetic teeth — which is enough to fill, well, a medium-sized lecture hall.

 

 

 

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Top 10 most stressful and least stressful jobs of 2013

Military tops the list of most stressful jobs.

There are many jobs require constant physical activity, or place people in danger if they aren’t able to act quickly on their feet. CareerCast, has compiled a list of the most stressful and least stressful occupations for this year. Military occupations are on the top of its list for the most stressful jobs.

 

 

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Federal Employees Make More Than Private Sector Employees

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Federal pay ahead of private sector pay

Federal employees earn higher average salaries than private-sector workers in more than eight out of 10 occupations, a USA Today analysis of federal data finds.   Accountants, nurses, chemists, surveyors, cooks, clerks and janitors are among the wide range of jobs that get paid more on average in the federal government than in the private sector.

 

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