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Who would not like earn more than $30 an hour? Luckily, there are plenty of great careers in a variety of fields that pay an average of $30 or more an hour! Read on, if you want to choose one :-

1- Accountant (Average annual salary- $71,040)
Besides organizing and maintaining financial records, your responsibilities as an accountant could include helping businesses and individuals find ways to reduce costs and enhance revenue.

Education Options: To prepare to pursue a career as an accountant, you will need a bachelor's degree in accounting or related field. A certification within a specific field of accounting could enhance job prospects.

2- Market Research Analyst (Average annual salary- $67,380)
Are you fascinated by different brand-names, and frequently ask your friends that where did you buy this or that from? Well this curiosity could be a great characteristic of a market research analyst.

As a marketing research analyst, your job is to help a company understand that what products people want, who want to buy them, and at what price.

Education Options: A market research analysts needs a bachelor's degree in market research or a related field. Many of these professionals pursue a degree in a field such as statistics, math, or computer science. Others may have a background in business administration, communications, or one of the social sciences. Top research positions often require a master's degree.

3- Construction Manager (Average annual salary- $90,960)
As a construction manager, you job is to prepare and negotiate cost estimates and budgets; report on work progress and budget matters to clients; and select, hire, and instruct laborers and subcontractors.
Until the day where robots can build a building, bridge, or tunnel, we will need people to build projects. The construction manager will be needed to manage those projects. So, it's a really good career.

Education Options: An associate's degree with work experience may be enough for some positions, but it is becoming more important for construction managers to earn a bachelor's degree in construction science, construction management, architecture, or engineering,

4- Computer Programmer (Average annual salary- $78,260)
When your family and friends run into computer problems, are you the first one who they call for insistence? Yes? Then, use your amazing computer skills in this high-paying field.
As a computer programmer, you might write programs in a variety of computer languages, debug programs, and build and use computer-assisted software engineering tools.

Education Options: Many computer programmers earn a bachelor's degree, but some businesses do hire those with an associate's degree. Most programmers pursue a degree in computer science.

5- Registered Nurse (Average annual salary- $67,930)
Do you enjoy looking after your aging grand ma or comforting your friend who's suffering from a serious illness? If yes, then perhaps you have a calling as a registered nurse. You can earn a high salary along with the reward from Allah.
Your responsibilities as a registered nurse can include setting up plans for patient care, performing diagnostic tests, and teaching patients and their families how to manage their illnesses or injuries.
But remember it's a tough job. A hospital is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so a registered nurse is required to work long hours under very stressful life-and-death situations.

Education Options: There are different paths to pursuing a career as a registered nurse. These include earning an associate's degree in nursing, a diploma from an approved nursing program, or a bachelor's of science in nursing.



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