Here Are The 20 Most In-Demand Jobs That Pay $100,000+

by 11 months ago

Looking for a six-figure job? Yeah, well so is everybody else so get in line. Landing a job that will pay you $100,000+ is no easy feat; you need the proper education, specialized expertise, and desire to edge out the stiff competition. Glassdoor, one of the fastest growing jobs and recruiting sites that is also where employees and former employees anonymously review companies and their management, put together a list of the 20 most in-demand jobs that pay $100,000 and more.

These high-paying, benefit-laden jobs are going to attract scores of potential candidates. The job at the top of the list with the most competition is Creative Manager. Unfortunately, there are only 1,243 open positions for Creative Manager available on Glassdoor, with the openings situated primarily in cities like New York, San Francisco, and Boston. The top paying jobs on the list are Patent Attorney and Software Engineering Manager where the medium base salary is $150,000.

Here are the top 20 most in-demand jobs that pay $100,000+:

1. Creative Manager – $112,000
2. IT Manager – $118,000
3. Data Scientist – $110,000
4. Supply Chain Manager – $102,000
5. Pharmacist – $120,000
6. Procurement Manager – $104,000
7. Finance Manager – $118,000
8. Medical Science Liaison – $140,000
9. Engineering Manager – $145,000
10. Patent Attorney – $150,000
11. Management Consultant – $110,000
12. Technology Manager – $140,000
13. Product Marketing Manager – $116,000
14. Product Manager – $110,00
15. Financial Planning and Analysis Manager – $115,000
16. Design Manager – $108,500
17. Software Engineering Manager – $150,000
18. Hardware Engineer – $110,000
19. Technical Project Manager – $100,000
20. Software Engineer – $100,000

Check out Glassdoor to see all 20 in-demand jobs, plus how many openings there are available, what companies are hiring for these most wanted jobs, and what cities they are available.

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