What kinds of jobs allow one to buy a million dollar home?

I watch HGTV and I see young couples buying million dollar homes. What kind of jobs pay one salaries that make such houses affordable? If you know what such people do for a living, curious people would like to know.

Asked By: Zawisza - 2/7/2010
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They are entrepreneurs, in healthcare executive management, software developers, project managers, IT Directors and Sales Directors for Fortune 500 companies... More
Answered By: LA Boston Gal - 2/7/2010
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You need to be a movie star or a CEO of a company.
Answered By: Ziggy - 2/7/2010
tv actor
Answered By: Wally West - 2/7/2010
presidents or vps of a company enterprenuers lawyers doctors
Answered By: tallgurl - 2/7/2010
A couple one working as a stock broker the other in Computer programing are earning combined salaries of 500k a year plus bonuses.
Answered By: Age of Reason - 2/7/2010
million dollars is not that much to todays standards, definitly rich, but, say, lawyers, retired couples, pornstars, all jobs that pay more then like 60,000 a year, it would only take about 10 years for a couple both earning 60k a year to save up for a million dollar home
Answered By: wildweelz - 2/7/2010
lawyers, judges, politicians, novelists, movie/tv stars. there's a lot more. doctors, too. especially if you're married.. like if you're a doctor and your wife/husband is a lawyer or something else that gets paid a lot.
Answered By: ceeejensen - 2/7/2010
Owning your own business. Any type of business can make you millions of dollars, you just have to be in the top 40% of whatever industry you choose to go in. My friend owns a donut shop in the middle of the ghetto, right across from a school. I never thought he made that much from it because he doesn't flaunt his money... More
Answered By: Man - 2/7/2010
Don't know what HGTV is, but the rules for buying houses are relatively simple: you need to be able to keep paying the mortgage... More
Answered By: Peter B - 2/7/2010
I hear a job as Superman or Batman pays pretty well, up into the six figures. Another advantage of being a superhero is banks are typically more willing to loan you more money and give you better interest rates because you are trustworthy. Good luck.
Answered By: John - 2/7/2010
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