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    I'm pulling this from the 2001 Jobs rated almanac. I'm only listing jobs at the moment. I will later add only descriptions, because it's from 2001, no rankings or income figures.

    Accountant
    Aerospace Engineer
    Agricultural Scientist
    Anthropologist
    Archeologist
    Astronaut
    Astronomer
    Biologist
    Chemist
    Chiropractor
    Civil Engineer
    College Professor
    Communications Equipment Mechanic
    Computer Consultant
    Computer Operator
    Computer Programmer
    Computer Systems Analyst
    Conservationist
    Dentist
    Dietician
    Economist
    Electrical Engineer
    Electrical Technician
    Electrician
    Geologist
    Medical Laboratory Technician
    Meteorologist
    Museum Curator
    Nuclear Engineer
    Nurse
    Occupational Therapist
    Oceanographer
    Optician
    Optometrist
    Orthodontist
    Osteopath
    Petroleum Engineer
    Pharmacist
    Physical Therapist
    Physician
    Physicist
    Psysiologist
    Podiatrist
    Political Scientist
    Psychiatrist
    Psychologist
    Resperatory Therapist
    Sewage Plant Operator
    Sociologist
    Software Engineer
    Speech Pathologist
    Sports Instructor
    Stationary Engineer
    Statistician
    Surgeon
    Teacher
    Veterinarian
    Web Developer
    Website Manager
    Zoologist

    As you can see, it might take a while to type descriptions for each of those. Feel free to add any that are not in this list.


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    Let's see, I'm all of these

    Computer Consultant
    Computer Operator
    Computer Programmer
    Computer Systems Analyst

    I think I need to give myself a raise.


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    salary.com should help you gather the data for income levels.
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    add Biochemist and Geneticist.....
    Our species needs, and deserves, a citizenry with minds wide awake and a basic understanding of how the world works. ~~Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World~~
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    Analytical chemist
    Chemical Technician
    Organic Chemist
    Inorganic chemist
    Biochemical analyst
    Biochemical technician
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    www.bls.gov is also a good resource. I haven't actually tested any of their data however so, as with any dealings with Americans, take with a grain of salt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benzene
    Analytical chemist
    Chemical Technician
    Organic Chemist
    Inorganic chemist
    Biochemical analyst
    Biochemical technician
    And don't forget the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineers!
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    All types of research.

    Biochemist
    Professor
    Author
    Business
    Logician
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    I think mine signature might help you out..... :-D
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    Maybe also add investment banker, stock broker, risk manager and anything else reltaed to finance. There's also lots of tricky maths in structured finance and options, hedging etc...
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