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There are some shockingly high paying job openings out here in Washington state if you know where to look. The average median salary in Washington is around $38,000 per year, which is definitely not considered “executive pay”. First, we'll show you 10 of the highest paying fastest-growing jobs in the country and then we'll tell you how much money each of those jobs could pay you here in Washington state. Some of the jobs are even work-from-home!

Keep reading to see the job salaries listed for each of the above categories.

Of course, having lots of money does NOT equal happiness, but having a high paying job in Washington state definitely comes in handy. CNBC gave a list of the fastest-growing jobs in America, so we looked on Indeed.com for those jobs in Washington State.

If you want to make the big, BIG bucks in Washington, you are going to need to revamp your resume (but don’t lie about your credentials). You also will need to see what education and job experience you would need to advance on your way to the C Suite, if that's your goal.

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10 Fastest Growing Jobs in Washington That Pay The Most

 

  • Head of Revenue Operations
  • Human Resources Analytics Manager
  • Diversity and Inclusion Manager
  • Truck Driver
  • Employee Experience Manager
  • Sales Enablement Specialist
  • Advanced Practice Provider
  • Growth Marketing Manager
  • Data Governance Manager
  • Grants Management Specialist

As you can expect, each of the highest paying jobs that we found in Washington state requires extensive college and university degrees and work-related experience. Hopefully, these high paying jobs will survive the incoming recession, which has already started to be brutal for employees in the tech, retail, and finance industries.

 

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10 OF THE HIGHEST PAYING FASTEST-GROWING JOBS IN WASHINGTON STATE

1 . Global Water Business Sr Director of Strategy & Growth, Americas
Annual Salary: $345,000

Revenue Operations
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2 . Senior HRIS Manager (Human Resources)
Annual Salary: $128,000

Human Resources
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3 . Director for Human Resources & Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Annual Salary: $132,000

Diversity Equity and Inclusion
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4 . Owner Operator Truck Driver
Annual Salary: $210,315

Truck Driver
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5 . Engagement Manager - Employee Experience
Annual Salary: $225,000

Engagment Manager
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6 . Sales Acceleration Specialist - Digital Monitoring
Annual Salary: $148,000

Do More Digital Sales
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7 . Advanced Practice Clinician
Annual Salary: $350,000

Clinical Provider Doctor Specialist
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8 . Brand Manager, Innovation
Annual Salary: $196,589

Company Team Innovation
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9 . Systems Analyst - Data Governance
Annual Salary: $117,000

Systems Analyst
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10 . Grants Program Manager
Annual Salary: $142,459

Money Grants
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