Occupations with Highest Median Weekly Earnings Among Women, 2007

The Women's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor produces this annual report. In 2007, pharmacists and chief executives had the highest weekly earnings, while human resource managers came in at number 10.




1. Pharmacists $1,603
2. Chief executives 1,536
3. Lawyers 1,381
4. Computer and information
 systems managers
5. Computer software engineers 1,318
6. Psychologists 1,152
7. Physical therapists 1,096
8. Management analysts 1,083
9. Computer programmers 1,074
10. Human resource managers 1,073

Source: U.S. Dept. of Labor, Women's Bureau. Web: www.dol.gov/wb .

See also Occupations with Highest Median Weekly Earnings Among Women, 2005 and Occupations with Highest Median Weekly Earnings Among Women, 2006

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Occupations with Highest Median Weekly Earnings Among Women, 2007

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