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MONEY Magazine and Salary.com rate careers on salary and job prospects.
By Tara Kalwarski, Daphne Mosher, Janet Paskin and Donna Rosato
Top 10 Best Jobs
MONEY Magazine and Salary.com researched hundreds of jobs, considering their growth, pay, stress-levels and other factors. These careers ranked highest:
Human Resources Manager
Even lower-level managers are expected to design employee programs that also benefit the bottom line. International HR and compliance are especially hot. There's a wide variety of work, from self-employed benefits specialists to corporate recruiters and HR generalists.
What's cool The mission: to make work more rewarding for workers. You help shape corporate culture and strategy.
What's not Fighting the "fluffy HR" stereotype; firing people.
Top-paying job Senior HR directors make around $285,000; at the C-suite level, it's more like $1 million-plus.
Education Bachelor's degree, often followed by master's level work or professional certification.
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