America’s Best Jobs, Ranked by Glassdoor

America’s Best Jobs, Ranked by Glassdoor

Are you looking to make a career change? Consider pointing yourself in the direction of the health care and technology fields; they may provide the opportunity you’ve been searching for with readily available positions, high pay and an opportunity to build a career.

That’s according to jobs website Glassdoor, which recently released its list of the 25 best jobs in the U.S.

Physician assistants top the list. With a base salary of $111,376 and more than 45,000 job postings on Glassdoor alone, working as a PA sounds pretty good.

Software engineers claim the No. 2 spot on the list. Glassdoor said their annual pay is $98,074, plus they’re in high demand, with nearly 105,000 open positions advertised on their site.

Glassdoor said it based its jobs rankings on: earning potential, career opportunities and the number of open positions.

According to Glassdoor, these are the top 10 jobs in the U.S.:

  1. Physician assistant.
  2. Software engineer.
  3. Business development manager.
  4. Human resources manager.
  5. Finance manager.
  6. Marketing manager.
  7. Database administrator.
  8. Product manager.
  9. Data scientist.
  10. Sales manager.

Click here for the full list of Glassdoor’s top 25 jobs for 2015, plus details on each position.

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