Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations Managers- Advertising, marketing, and public relations managers use market research and employ various strategies to develop, promote, and sell their clients' products and services. According to the U.S. Labor Department, managers earned the following average yearly salaries in 2009- Advertising managers: $97,670, Marketing managers: $120,070, Public relations managers: $101,850.
Financial Analysts- Financial analysts help businesses and other organizations come up with investment strategies to meet their financial goals. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average yearly earnings of financial analysts in 2009 were $85,240.
Interpreters- Interpreters help individuals or groups communicate with each other by orally translating from one language to another. The earnings of interpreters depend on many factors, such as the languages they interpret and the type of employer they work for. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, interpreters and translators earned an estimated average yearly salary of $45,700 in 2009.
Management Consultants- Management consultants think about ways to increase a company's profits and productivity. Their goal is to make a business more successful and competitive. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average yearly income of management consultants in 2009 was $84,650.
Stockbrokers and Financial Services Sales Agents- Stockbrokers help clients buy, sell, and trade stock. Financial services sales agents sell and arrange a wide range of banking and financial services from loans to mutual funds. Both also advise clients on setting and meeting financial goals.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average yearly earnings of securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents in 2009 were $91,390. Stockbrokers are usually paid a commission based on the amount of stocks and other investment products they sell.
Top Executives- Top executives run businesses and other organizations. Combining knowledge of the field with business skills, they attempt to lead their organizations to success. Pay in this field depends on the executive's skills, the size of his or her company, and the type of industry. Executives often receive many perks (benefits) in addition to high salaries. For example, they can receive big bonuses if their companies perform well. Other perks may include spacious offices, plenty of office help, and the ability to travel worldwide at little or no personal cost. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average yearly salary for chief executives was $167,280 in 2009. General and operations managers earned $110,550.
Answered By: Elizabeth - 2/4/2012