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Top 10 entry and mid level jobs in the U.S. that pay the most (starting at over $57,000) in 2017

if you are fresh out of college without much experience, don’t despair. Consider one of these entry & mid level jobs that could lead to a career with high pay and excellent perks, with as little as 1 year of experience.

Investment banking analyst topped the list of highest-paying entry and mid level jobs in the U.S., with average salaries reaching $105,000, according to a new report from LinkedIn. It was followed by Associate brand manager ($105,000), Equity research analyst ($79,500), Pharmaceutical sales representative ($75,000), and User experience designer ($72,000).

Here are the 10 highest-paying entry and mid level jobs in the U.S. in 2017

10. Outside sales representative
Median total compensation: $57,000
Median cash bonus: $4,000

9. Associate software engineer
Median total compensation: $65,000
Median cash bonus: $5,000

8. Associate marketing manager
Median total compensation: $66,000
Median cash bonus: $6,700

7. Product development engineer
Median total compensation: $68,000
Median cash bonus: $3,300

6. Pilot
Median total compensation: $70,000
Median cash bonus: N/A

5. User experience designer
Median total compensation: $72,000
Median cash bonus: $5,000

4. Pharmaceutical sales representative
Median total compensation: $75,000
Median cash bonus: N/A

3. Equity research analyst
Median total compensation: $79,500
Median cash bonus: $8,700

2. Associate brand manager
Median total compensation: $105,000
Median cash bonus: $10,000

1. Investment banking analyst
Median total compensation: $105,000
Median cash bonus: $40,000

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Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is the CEO and editorial director at CEOWORLD magazine, the leading global business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, top managers, company directors, investors, senior executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals.
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