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Top 25 highest paid jobs in the USA

Work can give a person a sense of purpose and relevance, but for most people the goal of employment is to make money.

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A typical American worker, working full-time, earns 860 dollars a week or about 44 700 dollars a year, writes USA Today.

But in many professions, the average earnings significantly exceed these figures.

Top 25 highest paying jobs in the USA:

25. Management Analyst

Average weekly salary: $ 1 499

Number of workers: 606 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 14,3%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 78,3%.

24. Marketing and Sales Manager

Average weekly salary: $ 1 509

Number of workers: 994 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 8,4%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 69,5%.

23. Physicist

Average weekly salary: $ 1 529

Number of workers: 270 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 7,2%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 100%.

22. Financial analyst

Average weekly salary: $ 1 530

Number of workers: 264 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 10,9%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 87,4%.

21. Mechanical engineer

Average weekly salary: $ 1 534

Number of workers: 337 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 8,8%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 76,5%.

20. Engineer

Average weekly salary: $ 1 561

Number of workers: 546 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 6,4%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 82%.

19. Chemical engineer

Average weekly salary: $ 1 626

Number of workers: 78 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 7,5%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 90,5%.

18. Computer Network Architect

Average weekly salary: $ 1 636

Number of workers: 100 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 6,5%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 58,7%.

17. Ecologists and geophysics

Average weekly salary: $ 1 639

Number of workers: 80 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 11,8%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 100%.

16. Information Security Analyst

Average weekly salary: $ 1 725

Number of workers: 94 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 28,5%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 67,6%.

15. Pilots and flight engineers

Average weekly salary: $ 1 736

Number of workers: 112 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 3,5%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 73,9%.

14. Judges and other legal professionals

Average weekly salary: $ 1 742

Number of workers: 59 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 5,8%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 98,3%.

13. Doctor's assistant

Average weekly salary: $ 1 747

Number of workers: 97 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 37,3%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 92,3%.

12. Computer engineers

Average weekly salary: $ 1 771

Number of workers: 73 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 5,5%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 76,1%.

11. Computer software and application developers

Average weekly salary: $ 1 792

Number of workers: 1,4 million

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 11,1% -30,7%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 84,5%.

10. Electrical Engineer

Average weekly salary: $ 1 803

Number of workers: 276 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 6,5%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 79,5%.

9. Veterinarian

Average weekly salary: $ 1 840

Number of workers: 60 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 18,8%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor’s degree): 100%

8. Nurse

Average weekly salary: $ 1 841

Number of workers: 141 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 36,1%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 99,1%.

7. Computer and Information Systems Manager

Average weekly salary: $ 1 843

Number of workers: 594 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 12%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 73,9%.

6. Aerospace engineers

Average weekly salary: $ 1 892

Number of workers: 137 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 6,1%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 86,3%.

5. Lawyers

Average weekly salary: $ 1 901

Number of workers: 781 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 8,2%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 98,3%.

4. Doctors

Average weekly salary: $ 1 918

Number of workers: 815 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 12,8%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 99,5%.

3. Pharmacists

Average weekly salary: $ 1 923

Number of workers: 254 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 5,6%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 97,6%.

2. Architecture and Engineering Managers

Average weekly salary: $ 1 999

Number of workers: 128 000

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: 5,5%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 84,7%.

1. Executive directors

Average weekly salary: $ 2 296

Number of workers: 1,1 million

Projected growth in the number of jobs, 2016-2026: -3,9%

Higher education workers (starting with a bachelor's degree): 69,5%.

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