When it comes to attracting the attention of the job seeker, pay is key, especially against the backdrop of times when economic winds are mounting and fears of a potential recession remain apparent.
The healthcare and technology industries, with their enticing salaries, remain dominant in Glassdoor's annual report on America's 25 highest-paid jobs in 2019, further reinforcing the concept that advanced education and extensive experience can lead to careers willing to pay the highest dollar. cut off, some items according to Glassdooor are new to the list.
After a year of heightened data breaches, information security engineers made this list for Glassdoor for the first time. ISE, also known as information security analysts, helps businesses keep sensitive and confidential information.
According to the report for a quick review of mid-year data in 201
However, the top four holders of health care roles hold physicians tight until first place in 2015.
According to the report, doctors earn the most with an average US base salary of $ 193,415. Near the back, pharmacy, dentist and pharmacist executives are earning over $ 120,000, according to the report. Entering number five with an average base salary of $ 122,585 are the architects of the businesses that make the most of the technology industry, which occupies the majority of the list.
These salaries are determined by an algorithm that controls for factors such as location and seniority. High salaries in the healthcare and technology industries mean high demand for workers who are trained and ready to take on these roles. But companies are also in stiff competition to pay the highest dollar for these employees.
In his report, Glassdoor also identified the top 25 highest paid companies in America in 2019. The three highest paid employers in 2019 are all technology companies with an average gross salary of over $ 160,000 annually. Palo Alto Networks paid the highest with an average total compensation of $ 170,929, the report said. These employers include tech giants like Twitter, Google and LinkedIn.
The companies listed in the report have the highest average compensation package, including base pay and other forms of compensation, such as commissions, tips and bonuses. Both listings have been compiled using Glassdoor payroll reports reported by employees between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019. ] While salary is a good driving factor for you to get out the door, additional Glassdoor research shows the company culture and values, confidence in senior leadership and career opportunities is paramount when it comes to retaining employees.
The report follows news from tech giant Amazon, which announced earlier this month they would hold Career Day to fill 30,000 full-time and part-time jobs. In a related move, companies like UPS and Target have also announced the hiring of a spray for the upcoming holiday season.