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  • I would say that nursing is one of the highest in all three categories, though you often need an advanced degree to get a large promotion.
  • corporate CEO?
  • College professor. But it's a LOT of work to get to the level of tenured full professor. But the work is appealing work, which speaks to the "satisfaction" criterion.
  • You ask a good question. A national survey from 2006 I think can weigh in on this which found the more satisfying careers. http://www.livescience.com/health/070417_job_satisfaction.html If you count the number of "lives saved" as incomparable and invaluably worthy currency, then I'd say with out a doubt pastors, domestic missionaries and firefighters would top the list. Because of the unmerited favor I've received before God in the Cross, I kind of partial to the 1st two options, (=c]) even tough I am currently a computer programmer.
  • Its got to be a Lawyer!
  • I hear there's a shortage pharmicists.
  • It would actually have to be along the lines of electrical systems engineer or software/hardware development. At the rate the worlds going when's the next time we WON'T need computers/electronics?

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