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7 careers with the fastest growing salaries
Technology jobs are dominating the market for high demand positions, and workers equipped with in-demand skill sets and the ability to keep up with new technologies, can command high salaries with exceptional wage growth outlook. This provides a unique insight for employers to find and hire the right talent they need now, using comparative salary analytics to know the right price tag to nab that top talent.

CareerCast analyzed median salary growth from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ 2013 Jobs Rated report data to 2017, and these seven careers have some of the highest potential for growth.
7. Software Architect
7. Software developer
Annual median salary 2017: $102,280
Annual median salary 2013: $92,820
Hiring outlook: 17%
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6. Physician assistant
Annual median salary 2017: $101,480
Annual median salary 2013:$89,097
Hiring outlook: 30%
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5. Operations research analyst
Annual median salary 2017: $79,200
Annual median salary 2013:$72,680
Hiring outlook: 30%
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4. Online sales manager
Annual median salary 2017: $117,960
Annual median salary 2013: $88,249
Hiring outlook: 5%
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3. Mathematician
Annual median salary 2017: $105,810
Annual median salary 2013: $101,171
Hiring outlook: 21%
9. IT Manager
2. Information security analyst
Annual median salary 2017: $92,600
Annual median salary 2013: $88,590
Hiring outlook: 18%
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1. Computer systems analyst
Annual median salary 2017: $87,220
Annual median salary 2013: $79, 145
Hiring outlook: 21%
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