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Nov 12, 2007
Salary Guide in USA
- Maria Theresa S. Samante Email this article

Do you have any idea of how much you’ll earn if you work in the United States with your profession? It is important to know that you have knowledge with your salary so you’ll know how much sot save and spend.

 

This article includes the salary in a certain profession as well as the degree required by the company. This would also help you decide if you would still want to pursue a career in the US 

 

Career

Median Pay

Typical Degree Required

Actuary

USD75,062

Bachelors

Architect

USD46,840

Bachelors + 1 year

Audiologist

USD62,112

Doctorate

Clergy

USD78,690

Masters

Dentist

USD120,864

Doctorate

Editor

USD52,443

Bachelors or Masters

Engineer

USD72,156

Bachelors

Fundraiser

USD78,902

Bachelors

Higher Ed. Administr.

USD109,557

Masters or Doctorate

Landscape Architect

USD49,974

Bachelors

Librarian

USD49,708

Masters

Management Cnsltnt

USD96,245

Bachelors or Masters

Medical Scientist

USD88,344

Doctorate

Occupational Therapist

USD60,855

Masters

Optometrist

USD98,458

Doctorate

Pharmacist

USD98,828

Doctorate

Physician

USD151,159

Doctorate

Physician Assistant

USD77,863

Bachelors

Professor

USD73,666

Doctorate

Registered Nurse

USD59,046

Bachelors

School Psychologist

USD63,029

Bachelors

Speech-Lang Therapist

USD58,475

Masters

Systems Analyst

USD70,438

Bachelors

Urban/Regional Planner

USD38,465

Masters

 Salary data as of September 2007 provided by Salary.com

 


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