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Top Five Salaries Of Life-Saving Jobs


5. Emergency management directors earn an average of $82,570 4. Detective and criminal investigators earn an average of $85,020. 3. Police and detective first-line supervisors earn an average of $93,100. 2. Air-traffic controllers earn an average of $120,830. 1. Surgeons earn an average of $255,110.

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