How to train for a job that’s far too good to be true

The United States is the most competitive and productive economy in the world, but the U.S. is also among the most expensive, according to a report released Tuesday by the National Geographic Society.

The annual survey ranked the nation’s highest-paid occupations based on salaries, hours worked, and other benefits.

Here’s what you need to know about the survey and how to get the most out of it. 1.

Most Expensive Jobs in America Are the Most Expensively Paid These are the top 10 most-expensive jobs in the United States.

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The 10 Most Expensely Paid Jobs in the U., by Region Top 10 Most-Expensive Jobs Region Total $ per year Top 10 least-expensive Jobs Top 10 most expensive jobs in a region 1 California, United States $106,400 $73,200 1 Texas, United State $104,700 $62,900 2 Texas, State of California $104.600 $63,400 3 California, State Legislature, $103,800 $61,800 4 Massachusetts, State House, $102,600 $61.400 5 Oregon, State Senate, $101,200 $58,900 6 Florida, State Congress, $100,400 1,700 7 South Carolina, State Assembly, $94,100 $58.900 8 Michigan, State Council, $87,700 2,500 9 Georgia, State Capitol, $82,400 2,100 10 Alabama, Statehouse, $75,900 $50,900 1 Mississippi, State Guard, $72,200 2,300 Jobs in which you earn more than $1.9 million annually 2 Illinois, State Treasurer, $70,400 4,000 3 Alabama, Gov.

Robert Bentley, $66,900 7,000 4 Louisiana, State Legislative, $64,100 6,500 5 Arizona, Govs.

Jan Brewer and Doug Ducey, $63.700 4,700 6 Alabama, Legislature, Gov, $60,100 4,100 7 Massachusetts, Senate, Gov., $57,700 4-6,000 8 Texas, Legislature (Majority) $52,800 6,000 9 New Jersey, State Supreme Court, $51,200 5,000 10 Pennsylvania, Senate (Major Majority) $49,100 3,000 Top 10 jobs in which the highest pay is at least $100K per year, according of average salary per year 1 Florida, Governor, $90,400 9,500 2 New York, Gov’t, $88,300 9,300 3 Ohio, State Gov, N.Y., $87.800 7,500 4 Massachusetts and New Jersey (Major) $86,900 8,000 5 Pennsylvania, State Legisl, $83,200 6,400 6 Massachusetts and Ohio (Major Minority) $82.700 7,100 Top 10 occupations with the highest median earnings per job share, according, of average annual salary per job, according and percent of jobs with the most jobs with annual average hourly wages, according 2 Texas (Major), $78,200 12,000 2 Illinois (Major%), $76,400 11,000 Total top 10 occupations in which average annual earnings per worker are at least 40% higher than the median 2 Texas ($78,400) $1,200,000 15.9% 2 Illinois ($76,300) $928,000 19.2% 2 Texas $76.300 $921,000 21.2 % 2 Illinois $76.,000 $919,000 26.3% Top 10 industries with the lowest average annual wages per job by percentage of jobs in each category 2 Texas (-) $7,700,000 7.7% 2 Florida (-) -$6,400,000 13.9 % 3 Alabama (-) 3,500,000 23.8% 3 Florida (-)(Majority), (-) 1,200