Skip to comments.Great Paying Government Jobs
Posted on 02/05/2010 1:46:33 PM PST by Touch Not the Cat
Forbes recently reported that the government will be hiring 600,000 more employees during the next four years. If that's not reason enough, USA Today reported that the number of government employees earning six-figure salaries has increased too. So, get your resume ready!
Here is our mix of some of the highest-paying (and coolest-sounding) jobs currently being offered in government. Even if you are perfectly content in your current line of work, just the job descriptions for these positions are worth checking out.
Special Agent, FBI
Annual Salary: $57,000 and $74,000
Supervisory IT Specialist, FBI
Annual Salary: $123,000 and $155,000
Aerospace Engineer, Department of Transportation
Annual Salary: $91,000 and $141,000
Writer/Editor, Securities and Exchange Commission
Annual Salary: $96,000 - $171,000
Archaeologist, Department of the Interior
Annual Salary: $73,000 and $113,000
Wildlife Biologist, Department of Agriculture
Annual Salary: $68,000 and $89,000
Intelligence Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency
Annual Salary: $89,000 and $136,000
Fire Management Officer, Department of Agriculture
Annual Salary: $67,000 and $104,000
Patent Examiner, Patent and Trademark Office
Salary: $69,000 and $90,000
Airplane Pilot, Department of Agriculture
Annual Salary: $46,000 and $67,000
(Excerpt) Read more at finance.yahoo.com ...
Government should payoff 600,000 not hire them.
Also need to get across-the-board paycuts.
So the MSM is now touting gubmint’ jobs, eh?
An immediate and prolonged hiring freeze is necessary.
We are a police state. No more dystopian futurist novels like 1984. The future is now.
They have succeeded in establishing a protected class with the ability to vote itself perpetual pay increases.
The options? Join, submit, flee, or go Galt’s Gulch and risk imprisonment.
Makes me want to spit nails.
Actually the FBI special agent pay isn’t that much for someone with a law degree.
Job Growth Lacking in the Private Sector
Despite budget cuts and layoff warnings, California still hiring and workforce still growing
Reform advocates are spotlighting those with extravagant pensions
$100,000 or more as a way to get the publics attention and
emphasize that the current system is unsustainable.
Perhaps the real reason why public-sector pension costs have not been tackled is that the full bill has never been revealed to taxpayers.
Private sector can’t afford public sector employees
California is still hiring.
What does that say about liberals being mentally ill?
Making more than the average person paying their salary and 80% of high three pension with benefits.
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