Highest-paying jobs

The current job market is a hot topic, as opportunities are flourishing in a variety of industries. So, if you’re looking for a new job, what are some of the best careers to get into to ensure financial success, especially if you live in Pennsylvania?

Obviously, Indeed.com is a major source for job seekers and employers across America. The crew at Indeed.com has put together a list of the top highest paying jobs in Pennsylvania. “The Indeed Editorial Team comprises a diverse and talented team of writers, researchers and subject matter experts equipped with Indeed’s data and insights to deliver useful tips to help guide your career journey,” they state in the study.

Indeed.com continues, “According to Indeed Salaries and the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ latest numbers, the highest-paying jobs in Pennsylvania are often found in the healthcare and financial sectors. It takes years of industry experience to obtain the qualifications to earn a position with high pay for many professionals. However, many jobs are still high-paying and require fewer years of experience. In this article, we list the highest paying jobs in Pennsylvania.”

It’s not a big surprise, but most of the jobs at the top of the income bracket according to this study are somehow involved with the medical field. In fact, every single job in the top 10 listed is part of that field. But, there are other jobs, too, that make a lot of cash, which are also included in Indeed’s study. If you know of someone just start their career and trying to figure out what route of study to go, this could be a helpful list. Read on for the 15 highest-paying jobs in Pennsylvania, including information on each job type, and best of luck on your ventures. Find the full list of all the highest-paying jobs in Pennsylvania via Indeed here.

  • 15. Orthopedists

    The average salary for a orthopedist is $186,170 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 9 salaries reported, updated at October 11, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    Orthopedic Surgeon: Definition, Expertise & Specialties

    Orthopedic surgeons (orthopedists) care for adults and children with musculoskeletal conditions, including arthritis, back pain, sports injuries and more.

  • 14. Orthodontists

    The average salary for a orthodontist is $1,147 per day in Pennsylvania. 45 salaries reported, updated at October 13, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/treatments/24285-orthodontics/when-to-call-the-doctor

  • 13. Telemedicine physicians

    The average salary for a telemedicine physician is $83.90 per hour in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 4 salaries reported, updated at July 22, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    Media Center

    The Media Center includes news releases, statements, and media kits from the AAFP Public Relations Department.

  • 12. Urgent care physicians

    The average salary for a urgent care physician is $167,692 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 1.2k salaries reported, updated at October 14, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    What is Urgent Care Medicine?

    Because urgent care practitioners are on the "front lines" of medicine, they need to be proficient in evaluating and caring for - at least initially - any patient who walks into an urgent care medicine center or urgent care clinic.

  • 11. Obstetricians and gynecologists

    The average salary for a obstetrics and gynecology physician is $125,230 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 29 salaries reported, updated at September 21, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    Definition of an Obstetrician and Gynecologist

    Definition of an Obstetrician and Gynecologist Obstetricians and gynecologists are physicians who, by virtue of satisfactory completion of an accredited program of graduate medical education, possess special knowledge, skills and professional capability in the medical and surgical care of women related to pregnancy and disorders of the female reproductive system.

  • 10. Neurologists

    The average salary for a neurologist is $189,828 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 14 salaries reported, updated at October 9, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    What Is a Neurologist? What They Do & When to See One

    A neurologist is a medical doctor who's an expert in diagnosing and treating diseases and conditions of your brain, spinal cord and nerves.

  • 9. Oral surgeons

    The average salary for a surgeon is $194,344 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 2.4k salaries reported, updated at October 14, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    Oral Surgery: Procedures, Types & Definition

    Oral surgery refers to operations performed on your teeth, gums, jaw or other structures in or near your mouth - including extractions, implants and gum procedures.

  • 8. Pediatric hospitalists

    The average salary for a pediatric hospitalist is $127,792 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 5 salaries reported, updated at October 9, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    What is a Pediatric Hospitalist?

    Pediatric hospitalists are pediatricians that care for children in many hospital areas, including the pediatric ward, labor and delivery, the newborn nursery, the emergency department, the neonatal intensive care unit, and the pediatric intensive care unit.

  • 7. Psychiatrists

    The average salary for a psychiatrist is $240,324 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 225 salaries reported, updated at October 14, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    What Is A Psychiatrist? What They Do and When to See One

    A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who can diagnose and treat mental health conditions. They can prescribe medications and other medical treatments.

  • 6. Physicians (except pediatrics)

    The average salary for a physician is $194,168 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 60 salaries reported, updated at October 14, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    Western Medicine: Explained & Examples

    Western medicine focuses on evidence-based medical practices to diagnose and treat diseases. Providers of Western medicine may also use complementary therapies.

  • 5. Periodontists

    The average salary for a periodontist is $224,548 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 4 salaries reported, updated at July 11, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    What is a Periodontist? Definition & Types of Periodontics

    Periodontics is the branch of dentistry that focuses on the health of your gums and the bone that supports your teeth. A periodontist is a gum specialist.

  • 4. Surgeons (except ophthalmologists)

    The average salary for a surgeon is $194,344 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 2.4k salaries reported, updated at October 14, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    Definition of SURGEON

    The meaning of SURGEON is a medical specialist who practices surgery : a physician trained and qualified to perform surgical procedures. How to use surgeon in a sentence.

  • 3. Gastroenterologist

    The average salary for a gastroenterologist is $207,636 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 8 salaries reported, updated at August 30, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    What is a Gastroenterologist (GI Doctor)? | ACG

    Discover the expertise of gastroenterologists (GI doctors), who undergo extensive training to specialize in diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and liver.

  • 2. Cardiology physicians

    The average salary for a cardiology physician is $266,751 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 15 salaries reported, updated at October 5, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    What Is a Cardiologist? What They Do and When to See One

    A cardiologist is a doctor who has special training in the care of the heart and blood vessels. They have many years of training and can treat heart problems.

  • 1. Anesthesiologists

    The average salary for a anesthesiologist is $240,824 per year in Pennsylvania. That’s from data consisting of 33 salaries reported, updated at October 11, 2022.

    Here’s more information on this job type:

    What Is an Anesthesiologist? | Hospital for Special Surgery

    Anesthesiologists allow you to undergo surgery safely and comfortably. Learn about these doctors' techniques and training, and why anesthesia is so important.

  • Source

    This list is via Indeed.com.

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