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11 of the Highest Paying Jobs in Evans, GA for 2024

The top jobs in the Evans area can pay up to $101,600 per year

You can find high paying jobs in the Evans 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 Evans by salary. Five of these have upper quadrant annual salaries over $62,609. If these careers are not the right fit for you, explore more jobs in Evans here.

High Paying Evans Jobs

  • Attorney

    Salary range: $55,400-$101,600 per year

    Attorneys perform a variety of legal tasks on behalf of their clients. In this career, you advise your clients on the intricacies of the law and how it may affect them personally or how it may affect their business. You also perform complex legal research in preparation for a case or arbitration. You conduct interviews, review case law, and prepare oral arguments. Attorneys work in a variety of specific fields, including criminal law, constitutional law, corporate law, and environmental law, to name just a few. You can work for a law firm or as a legal advocate for an organization.

  • Construction

    Salary range: $60,100-$97,800 per year

    Construction jobs encompass a wide range of opportunities in the industry, ranging from carpenters and electricians to project managers and civil engineers. Construction professionals participate in a wide range of projects. There are residential projects, such as single family homes, small lot developments, or apartment buildings, commercial projects, such as building strip malls, industrial facilities or office buildings, and a range of infrastructure projects, such as public transit construction or building bridges. Your duties and responsibilities depend on the type of project and your role in the construction industry.

  • Rn

    Salary range: $55,400-$88,000 per year

    An RN, short for Registered Nurse, works closely with doctors to provide patient care for illnesses and injuries. RNs are often the first medical professional the patient sees when entering a health care facility. As an RN, you can ask the patient questions and document their health history, but you are not allowed to diagnose patients; after the doctor or other supervising health care professional has determined what problem needs to be treated, you help administer treatment. Your job duties may include administering medications, checking patient vital signs, and charting medical records. RNs also advise patients and families about at-home care for medical conditions as well as disease prevention.

  • Nursing

    Salary range: $63,100-$87,600 per year

    Nursing jobs encompass a number of positions in the health care industry. There are several levels, including registered nurses (RNs), nurse practitioners, and nurse assistants. Each position has different duties and functions. RNs are responsible for much of a patient’s primary care, including educating them on health and wellbeing, managing disease, recommending alternate treatments, and providing emotional support. Nurse practitioners have additional duties and specializations, such as midwifery and assisting in anesthesiology, which require high levels of education and training.

  • Fire Watch

    Salary range: $50,800-$78,300 per year

    The job of a fire watch professional is to monitor an area for a possible emergency. These roles are found anywhere there is a potential fire hazard, such as in welding or a shipyard, or in the absence of a sufficient emergency alert system. The job of a professional in welding is to monitor soldering or activities to ensure no smoldering fires break out. Other duties of someone in this role are to alert or notify emergency professionals if necessary, communicate with team members, and facilitate public or workplace safety. The qualifications you need to get a fire watch job vary, but specialized training may be required. Fire watch is subject to federal regulations through OSHA.

  • School Counselor

    Salary range: $40,600-$58,800 per year

    School counselors help students understand and overcome behavioral or social problems through individual or group counseling. They also help students set realistic academic and career goals by providing individual and group counseling sessions based on learning needs, such as time management, organization, and effective study habits. Other duties include evaluating students’ abilities and interests through interviews and aptitude assessments; identifying and reporting cases of abuse or neglect; teaching classes on topics such as drug abuse, bullying; planning for college and careers after graduation; and working with teachers, parents, and administrators to develop strategies to help students succeed.

  • Accounting

    Salary range: $33,000-$43,200 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.

  • Phlebotomist

    Salary range: $28,800-$36,000 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.

  • Machine Operator

    Salary range: $28,800-$34,300 per year

    Machine operators are skilled in operating machinery, often specializing in one type of machinery or industry to become an expert. Machine operators also have a general skillset, knowing how to operate a wide range of industrial machinery. Since there are numerous industries and sectors that use a multitude of machinery, there is always room to learn more.

  • Front Desk Receptionist

    Salary range: $25,400-$32,600 per year

    A front desk receptionist is the first point of contact at a large company or office. Daily duties and responsibilities of a front desk receptionist include greeting and signing in visitors, receiving and sorting mail, scheduling meetings, and coordinating office activities. They are also in charge of answering calls, fielding questions from callers, operating a switchboard, and relaying messages to office employees. Front desk receptionists may also be asked to update appointment calendars, validate parking tickets, or perform filing and clerical duties.

  • Front Desk

    Salary range: $23,700-$30,500 per year

    A Front Desk job involves completing administrative duties in a company’s front office. For example, the receptionist at a hotel front desk checks in room reservations, greets guests, checks email, and answers the phone. Front Desk jobs require frequent interaction with people, so strong customer service and interpersonal skills are necessary. Time management skills are also key since Front Desk jobs require multitasking. These jobs may also require the ability to use front office equipment, such as a computer, multi-line phone, and copy machine.