Jun 11 - 30 Jobs that Pay $30 an Hour

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Jun 11 - 30 Jobs that Pay $30 an Hour
 

 

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Imagine someone walking up to you at the top of every hour and handing you a $20 bill. You'd be earning approximately the same amount of money that the average American does. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national mean for hourly wages is $20.44.

That said, wouldn't it be nice to earn more than the average? Not that a $20.44/hour gig is anything to sneeze at, but a bigger paycheck is never a bad thing. At least it's fun to daydream about having more money in your checking account. That's why we play the lottery, after all.

We've put together a list of jobs that pay at least $10 more than the national average just to give you an idea of how some people are earning their nice paychecks. Indulge your curious side and take a look at these 30 jobs that pay between $30 and $39 per hour.

1. Post-secondary communications teachers teach courses on different types of communications (journalism and advertising, for example) at universities and colleges.
Hourly pay: $39.96

2. Post-secondary education and library science teachers teach education and library science courses at universities, colleges and other higher education institutions.
Hourly pay: $39.91

3. Purchasing managers make purchases on behalf of organizations in order to get needed supplies at the best rates.
Hourly pay: $39.80

4. Environmental engineers study environmental problems, such as air and water pollution, and design solutions that governments and the general population can put into practice.
Hourly pay: $39.72

5. Post-secondary chemistry teachers educate college and university students on chemistry and related subjects.
Hourly pay: $39.47

6. Animal scientists study the life cycle and related biological issues of farm animals.
Hourly pay: $39.02

7. Chemical engineers are involved in the production of chemicals and in trouble-shooting any problems that arise in their manufacturing.
Hourly pay: $38.88

8. Industrial production managers oversee the planning and production of manufactured goods.
Hourly pay: $38.60

9. Physician a.ssistants work under a physician's guidance to provide health-care services to patients.
Hourly pay: $37.84

10. Medical and health services managers oversee and manage the business needs of health care facilities or departments.
Hourly pay: $37.82

11. Post-secondary education administrators are responsible for managing the everyday operations of educational facilities.
Hourly pay: $37.51

12. Operations research analysts study issues relating to management and operations through engineering and other scientific methods.
Hourly pay: $36.57

13. Post-secondary art, drama and music teachers teach courses in their respective fields at universities and colleges.
Hourly pay: $36.50

14. Food scientists and technologists analyze the composition and properties of food.
Hourly pay: $35.43

15. Nuclear technicians work with scientists on research and experiments relating to nuclear physics.
Hourly pay: $35.23

16. Construction managers oversee the building of construction projects, from the planning stages to the budgeting.
Hourly pay: $34.77

17. Set and exhibit designers construct sets for theater, television and film productions.
Hourly pay: $34.16

18. Market research analysts conduct research on different markets to estimate the business potential for an organization's marketing and promotional efforts.
Hourly pay: $33.79

19. Civil engineers design and oversee the construction of large-scale public works, such as bridges, dams and airports.
Hourly pay: $33.06

20. Nuclear medicine technologists work with radioactive materials and equipment used in procedures related to nuclear medicine.
Hourly pay: $32.56

21. Architects design buildings, homes and other structures for various clients.
Hourly pay: $31.61

22. Speech-language pathologists work with patients who have difficulty speaking, which can be the result of hearing loss, physical conditions or language barriers.
Hourly pay: $30.71

23. Chemists research and analyze different substances, often through experiments.
Hourly pay: $31.35

24. Training and development managers plan and organize a company's training for staff.
Hourly pay: $30.63

25. Diagnostic medical sonographers are responsible for ultrasounds that physicians order for patients.
Hourly pay: $30.45

26. Medical scientists research diseases and their effects on humans in order to understand how they operate and how they can be treated.
Hourly pay: $30.35

27. Kindergarten teachers (except special education) work in elementary schools instructing kindergarten classes.
Hourly pay: $30.13

28. Technical writers compose documents and communications that contain highly technical information but are easily understood by nontechnical readers.
Hourly pay: $30.08

29. Ship engineers supervise the operations of a ship, from equipment maintenance to electrical issues.
Hourly pay: $30.04

30. Dental hygienists perform some dental care on patients and instruct them on other preventive care habits.
Hourly pay: $30.01


Last edited by lilsnatch770; 06-11-2010 at 07:00 PM.. Reason: An Old Article, But It's Okay

48 comments for "Jun 11 - 30 Jobs that Pay $30 an Hour"

 06-11-2010, 01:37 PM         #2
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 Jeezy187 said:
27. Kindergarten teachers (except special education) work in elementary schools instructing kindergarten classes.
Hourly pay: $30.13
really? that's pretty tight, but i think they work less than 40 a week also right?
 8 years ago '04        #3
lilsnatch770|M 102 heat pts102
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Is it really necessary to put "Post-Secondary (blank) teacher" 10+ times? That's the field I am trying to go into but I am also considering high-school and then administration
 8 years ago '04        #4
lilsnatch770|M 102 heat pts102
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 Hurricane24 said:
really? that's pretty tight, but i think they work less than 40 a week also right?
Here in NY they have all day kindergarten, plus even when I went to kindergarten and it was half-days, the teachers taught in the morning and afternoon. If they work from 8am to 4pm, that's 8 hours a day.

40 hours a week X 30.13 = 1205.20
Probably about 44 weeks in a school year = 53,028.80

I'm sure they find a way to sneak in 40 hours a week, even if that means stay past when the kids leave or something. You would have to start me at nearly 60,000 dollars to deal with 25+ kindergarten aged kids ALL day for 44 f**king weeks. I think I'd freak out on those little kids after a while. Plus, you would have to find a summer job or some s**t because there is no summer school for kindergarten kids. If you're a HS Teacher you can teach summer school and make a few extra couple grand.

 8 years ago '05        #5
THEINFAMOUS 19 heat pts19
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 8 years ago '04        #6
lilsnatch770|M 102 heat pts102
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 stacks050 said:
yea but how many of these careers are in demand right now or within the next 5 years when the economy is even more f**ked up.
I'd bet a lot of them are actually in pretty high demand, especially the education jobs. Not only are there more secondary students than ever, but when the economy is f**ked up more people head back to college or stay in college longer.
 8 years ago '08        #7
Tecnique 27 heat pts27
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How the f**k does a purchasing manager make more than a chemical engineer?
 8 years ago '05        #8
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Physicians a.ssistant FTW!
 06-11-2010, 06:06 PM         #9
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I'm a market research analyst for a planning and development consulting firm. But I don't make even close to $33 an hour.

And my dad is a civil engineer and he makes a lot more than $33, although I guess when you have been at it for 30+ years, you can ask for the moon.
 8 years ago '06        #10
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 stacks050 said:
yea but how many of these careers are in demand right now or within the next 5 years when the economy is even more f**ked up.
My sister is a Speech-Language Pathologist and she makes $35 an hour at an elementary school for 9 months and then makes more than that at a retirement home during summer break.

She got hired immediately after graduating with her masters.
 8 years ago '08        #11
DUCE 141 heat pts141
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in college for #4.. holla
 06-11-2010, 06:31 PM         #12
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 8 years ago '04        #13
slimyellow 4 heat pts
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my ex girlfriend teaches kindergarten and she's on salary, makes about $1500 a month..
 06-11-2010, 06:39 PM         #14
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Would have thought some of those jobs would pay wayy more than whats listed.
 8 years ago '04        #15
lilsnatch770|M 102 heat pts102
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 slimyellow said:
my ex girlfriend teaches kindergarten and she's on salary, makes about $1500 a month..
I hope you meant a week because a month is 18,000 dollars and I doubt she makes that much. 1500 a week isn't that bad. Probably 60,000+ a school year?
 8 years ago '06        #16
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 8 years ago '04        #17
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yeah but they want u to have 3-5 years experience before they hire u im like how can u gain experience if ur in school? other than internships
 8 years ago '09        #18
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 8 years ago '04        #19
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 NO RELIGION said:
RNA's make $35.00+ and they dont need anything more than an a.ssociate's degree
What's an RNA?
 8 years ago '04        #20
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Teacher looks good
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