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What is the highest paying job you know of with only a four year degree?

I want actual numbers not guessimates. Maybe you have one of these jobs. What is the starting pay? I'm trying to find an interesting job that pays good. I'd really like to know actual jobs for collage. What someone should take to make a good living. I know jobs are equal but for a man... my younger 20yr old brother.

Asked By: Rachelle - 8/24/2006
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Depends on your degree. If you have a chemical engineering, you can do well with an oil company right now, as high prices means lots of work getting more of the black gold out of the ground and refined. Accounting degrees can be good as CPA firms will work you to death but will pay you pretty well... More
Answered By: Wnenthus - 8/25/2006
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CEO of microsoft..? it may not even take a 4 year degree... lol
Answered By: o0oio0o - 8/24/2006
 
train drivers get good money 100k + depending where you work, and you dont need a degree
Answered By: jo j - 8/24/2006
 
You don't need a degree to get paid big money. You just have to be exceptionally skilled at what you do.
Answered By: Diaboyos - 8/24/2006
 
Underwater welders. They are paid $100 an hour. Absolutely no degree required.
Answered By: Tabak - 8/24/2006
 
Join Politics and try for President of America
Answered By: Dilli Chor - 8/24/2006
 
IT or computer science...you might want to design programs for business clients, dude that's a lot of money if you get a job contract with them..
Answered By: Sheepish TinTin - 8/24/2006
 
the fastest way to get rich is sales, especially in very elite industries. 1/2 of the people making over 100k per year are in sales.
Answered By: Christy F - 8/24/2006
 
MEDICAL EQUIPT SALES..HEART CATH LAB...MUST TRAVEL.....TAKE THEIR TRAINING PROGRAM AFTER COLLEG......STARTING PAY GREAT......NO CEILING SINCE EVERYONE SEEMS TO NEED MED
Answered By: flowerspirit2000 - 8/28/2006
 
Coke Dealer
Answered By: Big Jimi - 8/31/2006
 
CEO
Answered By: Charlisa O - 8/31/2006
 
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