Thursday, April 20, 2006

The third-best job

Providing financial guidance truly is challenging, rewarding and fun but I never imagined that it would rank as the third-best career choice in a survey.
Advisers couldn't have made a wiser career choice, unless they became software engineers or college professors, according to a survey of the best jobs released this month by Inc. in Needham, Mass., and Money magazine, published by New York-based Time Inc.

Advisers have average earnings of about $200,000 a year, according to the survey that accompanied the job rankings.
I've always thought that the paint department at Home Depot would be fun. I wonder where it ranks?

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