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You don’t say if it’s before or after tax! If a software engineer makes $110,000 before tax in San Francisco, where he will have to spend half of his salary in rent than no it’s definitely not a good salary.
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Okay let’s get to the point. My opinion. You can do what/ever you want to do in life. But if you want to become a Doctor you should not do it for money, it’s a life time studying investment and a secure investment as well. You can live happily and hang around with friends and make money after your done you 12 year education I believe. You could make bank and live financially free. But I’m saying or you could be an entrepreneur making 200k per month. Money shouldn’t play a role in your mindset but we need doctors and appreciate them to our highest.
To be honest if I had the skills and knowledge for to become a doctors by no means I will study hard and save life’s. So yeah what I’m saying is people think ohh... don’t become a doctor it’s a waist, of money and time.. like what?? We need doctors they are highly paid, and well educated and they have a great living.
Didn't you mention that you would make $120,000/ yr once you got an MBA? Lol see that with this list
A NP makes about the same as a PA. There's a ton of top jobs not included, maybe glassdoor needs to update the list.
Doctors in big cities typically earn less than doctors in rural areas because Medicaid/Medicare pays the same, but living expenses differ. Also, most doctors don't take the time to learn about tax breaks and the advantages of owning a business because they're too busy so they end up paying the 40% in taxes. In addition, it's a highly stressful job. Source: I'm a doctor.
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I’m really young right now but I still don’t know what I want to be!? People say I should own my own business be a lawyer cause I’m good at debating or be an artist cause I’ve been drawing from scratch since I was a toddler but I still can’t figure out what I want to be and what if I can’t find anything to do with my life?! Does any one have any tips?
Propaganda!!!! The USA is turning more and more into a third world country. And the top paying jobs will never be discussed, because the top paying jobs, are the jobs that are undermining almost all the "top paying jobs" that you've mentioned.
+SDPRZ Exactly Hillary has a multi million dollar home in Chappaqua NY and has a Hamptons get away worth 30 million. But likes to say shes a "normal person". Funny no one ask for her tax returns or questions how she lives the way she does.
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