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7 of the Highest Paying Jobs in Bolingbrook, IL for 2022

The top jobs in the Bolingbrook area can pay up to $256,735 per year

You can find high paying jobs in the Bolingbrook area on ZipRecruiter in many industries, and matching a range of qualifications and experience levels. On this page, read about the top tier of commonly found positions near Bolingbrook by salary. Two of these have upper quadrant annual salaries over $93,595. If these careers are not the right fit for you, explore more jobs in Bolingbrook here.

High Paying Bolingbrook Jobs

  • Dedicated Owner Operator

    Salary range: $65,171-$256,735 per year

    Dedicated Owner-Operators are truckers who are dedicated to one company and drive a consistent route. Other long-haul truckers may not know where they are traveling to from week to week; Dedicated Owner-Operators have a consistent destination. They have set routes that do not change. This is where the name comes from—the owner-operator is dedicated to their routes, and is not available to take other jobs or to change their course. Owner-Operator Truck Drivers own, rent, or lease their truck, rather than driving a truck owned by their employer.

  • Sprinter Owner Operator

    Salary range: $77,020-$154,041 per year

    A Sprinter owner operator is a freight delivery specialist who owns their own cargo van to transport packages along a specified route. A Sprinter van is specifically a Mercedes vehicle, but many operators use similar vehicles of different makes. As a Sprinter owner operator, you may contract with package delivery or retailer companies, such as Amazon, UPS, and FedEx. Otherwise, you may work for small independent carriers or retail companies to deliver products to customers or to move inventory between stores. Your responsibilities are to pick up and deliver packages, ensuring parcels arrives safely, and logging your deliveries.

  • CDL Truck Driver

    A CDL truck driver job is a position in the trucking industry that requires a commercial driver’s license (CDL). This means that you must already have their CDL, or be far along enough in the process of earning it that you will have it at the start of employment. CDL trucks require special licenses for operation because of their bulk. Drivers must be able to maneuver these trucks for miles at a time, often in heavy traffic. The driver must be alert and follow all roadway safety regulations. They are responsible for such duties as loading and unloading heavy cargo, tracking their mileage, fuel, toll expenses, ensuring delivery, and maintaining their trucks. CDL truck drivers must legally take breaks, as their most important duty is to practice safe driving habits.

  • Accounting

    Salary range: $34,560-$51,347 per year

    Accounting jobs constitute any role in which you prepare taxes, financial statements, and other official documentation related to financial reporting. As an accountant, you are responsible for ensuring that all records contain accurate information and that you make all tax and other payments in a timely fashion. While many accountants specialize in personal finance, you may be asked to audit a company’s financial records to ensure that the business is running smoothly and efficiently. If you find issues, you report your findings and make recommendations for how to improve company or organizational efficiency. You can also work in financial forensics and search for financial malfeasances, such as tax fraud or embezzlement.

  • Data Entry

    Salary range: $27,154-$47,397 per year

    Data entry jobs involve typing information into electronic formats, whether that’s word processing, spreadsheets, or specific software. It’s a great career option for detail-oriented people—or even those who prefer to work remotely from home. Data entry jobs typically use a computer to enter data or information, often from a hard-copy paper format, into a software application. Some positions may include scanning documents and using optical character recognition or OCR. Some examples of data entry job duties include transcribing, updating customer information, and entering accounting records.

  • Phlebotomist

    Salary range: $29,623-$40,978 per year

    Phlebotomists are medical professionals who draw blood and collect other samples for testing or donation. The samples are then sent to a medical lab for analysis; physicians use the results to diagnose conditions such as chronic disease, high cholesterol, and diabetes. Due to the high risk of spreading infection when handling blood and other tissue, Phlebotomists must ensure they wear gloves and that all their equipment is sterile. As a Phlebotomist, you need to cross-check all your labels to make sure they are accurate and match the patient. You may work with patients of many different ages—from newborns to elderly patients—so you should be friendly and learn how to interact well with all types of people.

  • Customer Service

    Salary range: $24,686-$39,004 per year

    Customer service jobs are positions at companies and organizations where you address any customer complaint or problem, provide technical help when customers are having issues with their product or service, and seek a resolution to any issues either through your own ability to solve the problem or by passing on complaints and issues to your superiors. Some customer service jobs are in call centers, while other professionals work at customer service desks in department stores or grocery stores. Your duties in these positions can vary based on the industry and the location. For example, a software support specialist at a call center has a very different job than a help desk associate at a department store.