50 jobs that pay $50,000 – More career choices for today’s job searchers

Are job opportunities proving to be too elusive for you? Check out these 50 more careers that pay $50,000 that may very well fit your skills and get you back in the game fast and easy!

Are you still looking for a job? The unemployment plague seemed to slow down a bit, nevertheless, there are still masses of people out in the job market trying to find that perfect fit. No doubt, finding a good job that pays the bills is a lot tougher now more than ever, but the good news is, with the right strategies and tools, it is definitely possible to break out of the mold and get yourself back in the work force.

But first thing is first: is it true there are no jobs available for job searchers to take? Truth is, the jobs are out there – the number might be a lot lesser than before and the competition has gotten stiffer but there are still jobs up for grabs for those willing to go through the ropes. Do you have enough perseverance and skill to see the job hunting game to the end?

Here is some good stuff to give your motivation a good boost. Following is a list of 50 jobs that pay $50,000 from the US Bureau of Labor and Statistics. Use them as keywords in your job search, add in your area, and chase after all the opportunities available to you. Good luck!

1. Millwrights

Annual average earnings: $50,040*

2. Mechanical engineering technicians

Annual average earnings: $50,070

3. Industrial engineering technicians

Annual average earnings: $50,130

4. Vocational education teachers, middle school

Annual average earnings: $50,150

5. Food service managers

Annual average earnings: $50,400

6. Vocational education teachers, postsecondary

Annual average earnings: $51,020

7. Dietitians and nutritionists

Annual average earnings: $51,540

8. Pile-driver operators

Annual average earnings: $51,650

9. Aircraft mechanics and service technicians

Annual average earnings: $51,960

10. Court reporters

Annual average earnings: $52,150

11. Chemical plant and system operators

Annual average earnings: $52,160

12. Construction and building inspectors

Annual average earnings: $52,240

13. Elementary school teachers, except special education

Annual average earnings: $52,550

14. Lodging managers

Annual average earnings: $52,570

15. Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education

Annual average earnings: $52,650

16. Police and sheriff’s patrol officers

Annual average earnings: $52,950

17. Forensic science technicians

Annual average earnings: $52,970

18. Special education teachers, preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school

Annual average earnings: $53,090

19. Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents

Annual average earnings: $53,100

20. Boilermakers

Annual average earnings: $53,110

21. Sound engineering technicians

Annual average earnings: $53,150

22. Respiratory therapists

Annual average earnings: $53,170

23. Advertising sales agents

Annual average earnings: $53,230

24. Radiologic technologists and technicians

Annual average earnings: $53,410

25. Appraisers and assessors of real estate

Annual average earnings: $53,460

26. Educational, vocational, and school counselors

Annual average earnings: $53,540

27. Vocational education teachers, secondary school

Annual average earnings: $53,760

28. Employment, recruitment, and placement specialists

Annual average earnings: $53,960

29. Insurance appraisers, auto damage

Annual average earnings: $53,990

30. Electrical and electronic engineering technicians

Annual average earnings: $54,050

31. Medical and clinical laboratory technologists

Annual average earnings: $54,120

32. Real estate sales agents

Annual average earnings: $54,700

33. Librarians

Annual average earnings: $54,750

34. Training and development specialists

Annual average earnings: $54,840

35. Music directors and composers

Annual average earnings: $54,840

36. Special education teachers, secondary school

Annual average earnings: $55,140

37. Surveyors

Annual average earnings: $56,030

38. Property, real estate, and community association managers

Annual average earnings: $56,280

39. Aerospace engineering and operations technicians

Annual average earnings: $56,560

40. Engineering technicians, except drafters, all other

Annual average earnings: $56,660

41. Legal support workers

Annual average earnings: $57,060

42. Compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists

Annual average earnings: $57,080

43. Editors

Annual average earnings: $57,300

44. Claims adjusters, examiners, and investigators

Annual average earnings: $57,630

45. Funeral directors

Annual average earnings: $58,820

46. Public relations specialists

Annual average earnings: $59,030

47. Sales representatives, services

Annual average earnings: $59,150

48. Transportation inspectors

Annual average earnings: $59,650

49. Arbitrators, mediators, and conciliators

Annual average earnings: $59,780

50. Instructional coordinators

Annual average earnings: $59,830

 

 

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