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In an increasingly competitive world, it always feels better if you know that your job is among the best.
According to a CareerCast report, actuary tops the list of 2015’s best jobs in the United States, paying an average of US$94,209 annually.
Audiologist comes in second, with an average annual income of $71,133, followed by mathematician ($102,182), and statistician ($79,191).
Commenting on the results, the report highlighted these four jobs all placed immense importance on employee’s mathematics skills.
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“Jobs in mathematics rank among the nation’s best because they are financially lucrative, offer abundant opportunities for advancement and provide the opportunity to do great work in a supportive environment,” Tony Lee, publisher, CareerCast.com reasoned.
On the flip side, some of the worst jobs in 2015 include newspaper reporter ($36,267), lumberjack ($34,110), and enlisted military personnel ($28,840).
Cook ($42,208) and broadcaster ($55,380) rounded up the worst 5.
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