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Saturday, May 10, 2014

10 Best Jobs for Women Over 40



What do you think of this list of jobs. Is it just pure BS or do you agree? Be sure to comment below. A nationwide survey from "More" asked midlife women to define the most important elements of a great job including salary and benefits. With top salaries at over $141,000 dollars for a C.T.O. and starting salaries for Local Farmers at $35,020. (Editor's note)
 

10 Best Jobs for Over 40 Women:

  1. "Community Service Coordinator/Manager(volunteer coordinator, program director)Salary: Most earn $42,110 to $73,470
  2. Personal Financial Adviser(financial planner)Salary: Most earn $46,390 to $119,290
  3. Environmental Scientist(hydrologist, environmental ecologist, environmental chemist, ecological modeler)Salary: Most earn $45,340 to $78,980 
  4. Registered Nurse(critical care, emergency, oncology, clinical)Salary: Most earn $51,640 to $76,570
  5.  Computer and Information Systems Manager(chief technology officer, management information systems (MIS) director, information technology (IT) director)Salary: Most earn $88,240 to $141,890 
  6. Education Administrator(principal, assistant principal, provost, dean of students, school district administrator, director of student services)Salary: Most earn $68,360 to $102,830 (elementary and secondary school) 
  7. Strategic/Crisis Communication Professional(crisis manager, strategic communication specialist)Salary: Most earn $38,400 to $71,670 
  8. Accountant(public accountant, management accountant, government accountant, internal auditor)Salary: Most earn $45,900 to $78,210 
  9. Human Resources Specialist(job analyst, compensation manager, employee benefits manager, training and development manager, recruiter)Salary: Most earn $35,020 to $67,730 
  10. Small-Scale Niche Farmer Salary: Most earn $26,800 to $76,230"


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      Barbara Ruth Saunders said...

      What makes these the 10 Best Jobs for Women Over 40 in particular?

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      Technician 101 said...

      An ICU MICU registered nurse has a median annual income of $63,078 while an RN ICU makes $76,000. Those who perform the job of an ICU CCU nurse in ME has an annual pay check of $65,000 while the ones called RN ambulatory earns $50,000 on average. Average salary of RN in Maine

      Anonymous said...

      Pure BS. Just cause I'm over 40 doesn't mean I want to sit on my butt all day behind a desk. These job types make me want to plan my funeral cause they seem like all we are doing is just waiting to die.

      Anonymous said...

      I have been out of work for over 12 months. I have extensive experience in office Administration, PA and account management. I am at a lost where to go to find employment as all the website I am appling on does not seem to be working. It is once you hit 45 years old business believes you are past your working life. As I am married I am not entitled to government benifits. I can not get any assistants, I don't know where to go for assistant for employment. I believe I have a lot to offer a business, my children are Adults and I do not take sick days or carer days. I don't understand why people in my age group are considered as unemployable.

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