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This MSN article will give you a quick snapshot of twenty jobs and a description with salary ranges for each.

The article provides a very wide range of salaries so you can get a good idea of what an entry-level position in these fields may pay, and on the top end, what the maximum pay may be if you gain lots of experience and reach the top of your field.

Included in the list are:

  1. Registered Nurse ($19 to $60.70 per hour)
  2. Software Engineer ($48,000 to $153,000 per year)
  3. Account Manager ($57,000 to $101,000 per year)
  4. University Professor ($29,000 to $215,000 per year)
  5. Anesthesiologist ($109,000 to $580,000 per year)
  6. Chartered Professional Accountant ($42,000 to $103,000 per year)
  7. Business Analyst ($27,000 to $134,000 per year)
  8. Engineering Project Manager ($58,000 to $122,000 per year)
  9. IT Project Manager ($53,500 to $170,000 per year)
  10. Aerospace Engineer ($49,000 to $110,000 per year)
  11. Sales Representative ($31,700 to $74,000 per year)
  12. Industrial Electrician ($48,750 to $81,500 per year)
  13. Welder ($10.15 to $46.60 per hour)
  14. Aircraft Pilot ($10.15 to $81.30 per hour)
  15. Optician ($10.20 to $38.00 per hour)
  16. Pharmacist ($22.90 to $74.20 per hour)
  17. Recruiter ($20,000 to $214,000 per year)
  18. Clinical Psychologist ($64,500 to $160,000 per year)
  19. Construction Estimator ($21,000 to $152,000 per year)
  20. Veterinarian ($28,000 to $175,000 per year)

Click through here and scroll through the jobs by clicking on the arrows on the right and left sides of the feature images to see the full list and scroll through the job descriptions provided for each.

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Source Article: MSN; “The 20 highest paying in-demand jobs in Canada for 2019

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