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    Careers in Computers

    What are some of the highest paying jobs dealing with computers? Thanks.
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    CEO of Microsoft? CEO of CISCO?

    It would depend on how much the company wants to pay you.

    Maybe being a CIO or some high up company etc.

    Founder of YAHOO! or GOOGLE.

    It really depends on what company you work for and how much they are prepared to pay you

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    What kind of job did you have in mind?

    "dealing with computers" is a bit too vague...

    Everybody deals with computers these days...nobody gets any work done anymore without 'm.
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    I think DBA is a nice paying job, only problem is that nothing comes for free and with the good pay comes the price of being on call 24/7
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    you can figure that out by checking out monster.com and check there salary site out. range is from 30,000 - 100,000 depending on your job, experence, and education level.
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    Sorry for not being more specific. I ment doing hands-on stuff with developing or repairing computer hardware/software.
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