Usa: tutte le facoltà che assicurano uno stipendio d’oro

2 Maggio 2013, di Redazione Wall Street Italia

NEW YORK (WSI) – E’ ingegneria la facoltà che assicura un primo posto di lavoro con lo stipendio più alto in America. La conferma è arrivata dalla classifica 2013 stilata dalla National Association of College and Employers.

Si parte da stipendi annui che, per coloro che hanno scelto una specializzazione nel settore dell’energia, si aggirano intorno alla media annua di 93,500 mila dollari, circa 20 mila dollari in più rispetto a coloro che vantano una specializzazione in informatica e che occupano la seconda posizione.

Seguono, ingegneri con una specializzazione in chimica, elettronica e aerospazio. Nel più lungo periodo, è invece la laurea in medicina ad assicurare un reddito più alto. Ecco nel dettaglio la classifica delle professioni in assoluto meglio retribuite, secondo il Census Bureau:

1. Anestesisti, $ 232.830
2. Chirurghi, $ 230.540
3. Ostetrici e ginecologi, $ 216.760
4. Chirurghi maxillo-facciali, $ 216.440
5. Internisti, $ 191.520
6. Odontoiatri, $ 186.320
7. Medici e Chirurghi, $ 184,820
8. Medici di famiglia, $ 180.850
9. Psichiatri, $ 177.520
10. Chief Executives, $ 176.840
11. Prosthodontists, $168,120
12. Pediatricians, General, $167,640
13. Dentists, All Other Specialists, $164,780
14. Dentists, General, $163,240
15. Nurse Anesthetists, $154,390
16. Petroleum Engineers, $147,470
17. Architectural and Engineering Managers, $133,240
18. Podiatrists, $132,470
19. Lawyers, $130,880
20. Natural Sciences Managers, $130,400
21. Marketing Managers, $129,870
22. Computer and Information Systems Managers, $129,130
23. Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers, $128,760
24. Financial Managers, $123,260
25. Sales Managers, $119,980
26. Air Traffic Controllers, $118,430
27. Law Teachers, Postsecondary, $115,550
28. Physicists, $114,150
31. Optometrists, $109,810
32. Human Resources Managers, $109,590
33. Public Relations and Fundraising Managers, $108,260
34. Nuclear Engineers, $107,140
35. Advertising and Promotions Managers, $107,060
36. Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and Geographers, $106,780
37. Actuaries, $106,680
38. Purchasing Managers, $106,200
39. Compensation and Benefits Managers, $105,920
40. Managers, All Other, $105,650
41. Aerospace Engineers, $104,810
42. Political Scientists, $104,600
43. Computer Hardware Engineers, $103,980
44. Training and Development Managers, $103,810
45. Computer and Information Research Scientists, $103,670
46. Software Developers, Systems Software, $102,550
46. Astronomers, $102,550
48. Judges, Magistrate Judges, and Magistrates, $102,470
49. Chemical Engineers, $102,270
50. Mathematicians, $101,280
51. Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents, $100,910
52. Health Specialties Teachers, Postsecondary, $100,370
53. Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary, $100,100
54. Economists, $99,480
55. Education Administrators, Postsecondary, $99,370
56. Sales Engineers, $99,290
57. Industrial-Organizational Psychologists, $98,800
58. Medical and Health Services Managers, $98,460
59. Economics Teachers, Postsecondary, $97,770
60. Industrial Production Managers, $97,490
61. Marine Engineers and Naval Architects, $96,140
62. Electronics Engineers, Except Computer, $95,250
63. Art Directors, $94,260
64. Computer Network Architects, $94,000
65. Physical Scientists, All Other, $93,720
66. Engineers, All Other, $93,330
67. Physician Assistants, $92,460
70. Producers and Directors, $92,390
71. Atmospheric, Earth, Marine, and Space Sciences Teachers, Postsecondary, $91,930
72. Electrical Engineers, $91,810
73. Nurse Practitioners, $91,450
74. Personal Financial Advisors, $90,820
79. Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School, $90,800
80. Atmospheric and Space Scientists, $90,010
81. Administrative Law Judges, Adjudicators, and Hearing Officers, $89,970
82. Materials Scientists, $89,740
83. Biochemists and Biophysicists, $89,470
84. Financial Analysts, $89,410
85. Information Security Analysts, $89,290
86. Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers, $88,920
87. Administrative Services Managers, $88,660
88. Agents and Business Managers of Artists, Performers, and Athletes, $88,620
89. Physics Teachers, Postsecondary, $88,470
90. Management Analysts, $88,070
91. Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists, $87,830
92. Materials Engineers, $87,490
93. Biological Science Teachers, Postsecondary, $87,060
94. Psychologists, All Other, $86,380
95. Environmental Science Teachers, Postsecondary, $86,080
96. Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners, All Other, $85,740
97. Business Teachers, Postsecondary, $85,730
98. Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific Products, $85,690
99. Environmental Engineers, $85,140
100. Mechanical Engineers, $84,770