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5 of the Highest Paying Jobs in Hingham, MA for 2024

The top jobs in the Hingham area can pay up to $109,000 per year

You can find high paying jobs in the Hingham 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 Hingham by salary. The top job title, Rn, has an upper quadrant annual salary over $63,100. If these careers are not the right fit for you, explore more jobs in Hingham here.

High Paying Hingham Jobs

  • Rn

    Salary range: $68,600-$109,000 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.

  • Nanny

    Salary range: $39,300-$58,700 per year

    A nanny plays a special role in a child’s life. Nannies are childcare professionals who assist parents with the day-to-day work of caring and raising children and are responsible for the children’s well-being and supportive of their emotional needs. As a nanny, your responsibilities may include preparing meals, dressing and bathing the children, arranging playdates, accompanying children to activities, and helping with schoolwork. Nannies typically work during the parent's work hours, but some families have nannies come early in the morning or stay at night until the kids go to bed. You may also be responsible for dropping off and picking up the kids at school and performing light housework.

  • School Bus Driver

    Salary range: $36,700-$52,900 per year

    School bus drivers are typically employees of a school district or driving companies that contract with school districts. The primary job duty of a school bus driver is to transport students to and from schools. Most school districts have a dedicated route and stops for school bus drivers. School bus drivers also occasionally provide transportation during the school day for field trips. School bus drivers are responsible for the well-being of the students while they are in transit to and from school. They pay close attention to road safety, driving conditions, and the condition of their vehicle. They also need to control student behavior on the bus and may need to discipline students. School bus drivers will develop a rapport with the students in their care over time.

  • Bakery

    Salary range: $37,700-$51,400 per year

    There are many jobs available at a bakery. At retail bakeries and cafes, there are typically front-of-house workers, such as cashiers, servers, and managers, in addition to a baker. A bakery may also have chefs who cook food in addition to baked goods. In the back of a retail establishment or a production bakery, there are head bakers, bakers’ assistants, as well as other production workers and machinery operators, who operate the oven and other mechanical equipment for preparation of large-scale batches. The qualifications you need to get a bakery job depend on the type of work you are interested in, although it is common for an aspiring baker to attend culinary school or have a culinary background.

  • Receptionist

    Salary range: $33,000-$43,500 per year

    Receptionists work in an administrative role in an office or other setting. They greet clients, patients, vendors, or anyone else who enters the company’s office or facility. The Receptionist is typically the first person you see representing the company, so part of their job is to make a good impression on everyone they meet. They also answer phones and other administrative tasks. Specific job duties depend upon the industry in which they are employed.