These Are The Highest Paying Jobs in Minnesota
The New Year is quickly approaching. Do you have a New Year Resolution yet? If a new job is on your radar for the new year, check out this list. These are the highest paying jobs in Minnesota.
How cool would it be to be a helicopter pilot?! According to Indeed, you can earn a private license in about three months, depending on how often you can complete flight training. Click here to learn more.
There are nearly 13,000 job postings for a Medical Writer on Zip Recruiter. Medical writers create scientific documents and articles. Learn how to become a medical writer by heading to the American Medical Writers Association website here.
There are nearly 900 job postings for traveling nurses on Zip Recruiter with St. Paul needing the most help. According to Nursingworld.org, a travel nurse is a nurse who works for a nurse staffing agency rather than working directly for a hospital, doctor's office, or other health care facility. Depending on your preferences and the available jobs, you might work locally, nationally, or even internationally.
There are nearly more than 900 job postings on Indeed for Radiologic Techs in Minnesota. A radiology technologist performs medical exams using X-rays. Mayo's Radiology Tech training program is open for applications now. Click here for more info.
There are just over 100 openings for PMHNP's in Minnesota on Indeed. As a psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, your job is to help diagnose mental health conditions in a patient and prescribe the best course of treatment, according to Zip Recruiter. Click here to learn more about the PMHNP role from the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
According to Zip Recruiter, as a power lineman, you'd be responsible for installing and maintaining electrical lines. There are more than 400 availabilities on Indeed. Head to Lineman Central to learn how you can become a lineman.
Minnesota is on the hunt for nearly 400 box truck owner operators with the top hiring cities being Rochester, St. Cloud, and Minneapolis. According to Zip Recruiter, a box truck owner-operator is a truck driver who transports cargo and makes deliveries using a truck that they own or lease. Click here to learn how to become a box truck owner operator from Freight Waves Rating.
There are a ton of jobs in cyber security, including entry level on Indeed. Cyber security analysts protect computer networks from cyberattacks and unauthorized access. The U of M has a 24-week Cyber Security Program. Click here for more.
Salary Range Source: Zip Recruiter.
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