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What Corporate Jobs Are Highest Paying? - Carol Evenson - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

What Corporate Jobs Are Highest Paying?

With time, hard work, and patience, you can eventually rise to a corporate position that pays very well. However, do not expect to land one of these jobs right out of college or even grad school. You typically have to start at an entry-level position first and then work your way up through hard work and diligence. If your ambition is to find one of the highest-paying jobs available, here are some good goals to work towards.

 

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There is an exception to every rule, and this is the exception to the rule that you have to start at the bottom of the corporate ladder and work your way up to get a high-paying job. An entrepreneur is someone who starts his or her own business. This is still not a get-rich-quick position as most businesses take years to become really successful and about half of all new companies fail within the first five years. Nevertheless, if your company is successful, you may make more than $1 million a year. Plus, you get the freedom of being your own boss, which is priceless. On the other hand, you are responsible for all aspects of running the business, at least at first. Tools such as a paystub generator can help make this easier.

 

Management Analyst

If you thrive on identifying problems and working out solutions, you may find success as a management analyst. This job involves finding ways to help an organization increase operations and decrease costs to maximize efficiency and remain competitive with similar companies.

 

Financial Examiners

There are financial laws at the local, state, and federal levels with which all businesses must comply. The job of a financial examiner is to ensure the accuracy and authenticity of financial records to be sure that the company is in compliance with all applicable laws. They accomplish this by performing audits, both externally and internally, and also provide managerial and supervisory support.

 

Actuary

For insurance companies to be successful, they must accurately assess the risks of extending coverage to an individual, structure, vehicle, or whatever needs protection. An actuary is a highly trained individual who performs this assessment based on forecasting modeling systems. This is a highly responsible position that requires at least a bachelor's degree in business, finance, or mathematics, as well as an understanding of knowledge statistics.

 

Human Resource Manager

One of the most valuable resources in any organization is its employees. The job of a human resource manager is to attract new talent, keep the workforce motivated, resolve any conflicts or complaints, and improve morale throughout the organization. Human resource managers are in charge of employees' relationships with the company, which includes training and compensation.

 

Agents and Business Managers

Agents and business managers represent athletes and creatives, such as artists and performers. Their main job is acting as a liaison between their clients and potential employers. In this capacity, they negotiate new contracts. They also assist with their clients' financial planning and help them plan career goals strategically. This allows clients to concentrate more on perfecting their crafts.

 

Marketing Manager

Offering the best products or services in the world will not do a company any good if consumers do not know about it. That's where a marketing manager comes in. His or her responsibility is to determine the demand for the product or service among the populace and then find a way to connect the business to customers through public relations and advertising. The goal is to maximize a company's potential through increasing sales and profits.

 

Personal Financial Advisor

Most people have financial goals but few have any idea about how to reach them. With a degree in a field such as accounting, economics, law, or mathematics, personal financial advisors explain clients' tax obligations, assist with debt management, and help maximize financial objectives as it relates to retirement savings and investments.

 

These are some of the highest-paying corporate jobs available. At the higher ends of the pay range for each, people can earn a six-figure annual salary.

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