10 Flashy Jobs that Pay over $175,000

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Real talk - the amount of compensation you receive does not speak to your success. There are many other factors in and out of the workplace that determine your personal notion of "being successful.” Wealth can't buy happiness directly, but some folks crave a lifestyle that is only possible if you're making your way up to and over half a million bucks.

Here are 10 jobs that tend to pay more than $175,000.

1) Podiatrist: $197,380

A Podiatrist examines, diagnoses, and treats diseases and injuries of the foot. Like any good doctor, this foot expert recommends tests to help diagnose the condition and consults patients to determine the appropriate course of treatment.

2) Top Real Estate Executive: $235,322

A Top Real Estate Executive lands and directs all aspects of an organization's real estate activities. This individual evaluates new property to ensure it meets the needs of the organization, designs strategies to resolve real estate space issues, and authorizes new property purchases or current expansion.

3) Allergist/Immunologist: $242,588

An Allergist or Immunologist examines and treats disorders and diseases of the immune system. This doctor performs a variety of laboratory procedures, examines sample tissues, and uses various biological and chemical analyses to identify harmful organisms or pathological conditions.

4) Top Operations Executive: $255,776

A Top Operations Executive plans and directs all aspects of an organization's manufacturing or non-manufacturing operational policies, objectives, and initiatives. In particular, they develop procedures for operational processes in order to ensure optimization and compliance with established standards and regulations.

5) Obstetrician/Gynecologist: $274,426

An Obstetrician or Gynecologist examines female patients to ensure a healthy reproductive system. They are on the front lines of delivering babies, determining the methods most appropriate to ensure health and safety for both infant and mother. They also monitor patients during prenatal and postnatal periods, perform tests, and prescribes medication and treatment, as necessary.

6) Psychiatrist: $281,901

A Psychiatrist evaluates, diagnoses, and treats patients with mental illnesses through a combination of personal counseling (psychotherapy), psychoanalysis, hospitalization, and/or medication. They monitor client progress and amend treatment plan according to patient response.

7) Dermatologist: $331,978

A Dermatologist examines and diagnoses disorders and diseases of the human skin, performing a variety of procedures to determine the appropriate course of treatment. Known for being one of the most competitive fields in the health care industry, these well-paid doctors usually enjoy a good work-life balance.

8) Anesthesiologist: $372,767

An Anesthesiologist examines patients to determine what type of anesthetic is needed and communicates findings to appropriate medical practitioner. They administer local, intravenous, or spinal anesthetic, records type and amount of anesthesia, and determine the condition of patients before, during, and after sedation.

9) Surgeon: $377,479

A Surgeon performs surgery to prevent and correct injuries, deformities, and diseases, or improve patient function, appearance, or quality of life. In addition, they may provide medical personnel with direction concerning patient care. Over time, they may be asked to provide in-service training to address new technology in compliance with all laws and regulations.

10) Chief Executive Office: $754,713

The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the short and long-term profitability and growth of a company. These head honchos organize leadership and staff to ensure appropriate governance and controls. They also Identify and deliver the organization’s value and output to stakeholders.

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