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Forbes combed the annual data collected by the Labor Statistics Bureau (BLS), a unit of the U.S. Department of Labor, and found 20 of the most surprising jobs with six-figure annual salaries.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics sends letters to enterprises to investigate relevant information, and the report "Occupational Employment Rate and Salary Estimation Data" is published every spring.
To be included in our list, at least 10% of the employees in the listed industry will earn more than $100,000 a year in 2015. Here are the 20 most unexpected high-paying jobs in the United States.
(1) stage makeup artist BLS Professional Description:
Make-up for performers to reflect the age, setting and status of their roles Average salary of the top 10% earners:
05 million Total average annual salary:
$63.71 million Total number of practitioners:
2,040 State with the highest income:
New York (2) Science and Technology Writers BLS Professional Description:
Writing technical materials, such as equipment instructions, appendices or operation and maintenance guidelines, may assist in layout design.
The top 10% of earners earned an average salary of $102.25 million.
Total average annual salary:
$67.28 million Total number of practitioners:
45.12 million State with the highest income:
California (3) Casino Manager BLS Professional Description:
Planning, directing or coordinating the gambling business in the casino, and possibly participating in the formulation of casino rules.
Average salary of the top 10% earners:
US$116.84 million Total average annual salary:
$77.78 million Total number of practitioners:
3,570 State with the highest income:
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