Top 10 highest paying jobs in South Africa

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Top 10 highest paying jobs in South Africa

 

Top 10 highest paying jobs in South Africa

Are you stuck on what career path to follow and want to decide? Do you want to know where the greatest incentives are in currently regarding South African blogs? Do you want to know your job prospects after graduating?

Humans are naturally driven into action, and much more motivated when incentives are involved. The reward for effort. Knowing the current high paying jobs in South Africa can help motivate you to push, sacrifice, and work out, as well as direct your career path.

These are the professions with the highest earnings in South Africa.

1. Software Engineers

Salary: R1.2 million per annum

A relatively new job in the country, but software engineer tops the job with the highest earnings in South Africa. Software Engineers design, develop, and maintain software programs.

2. Pilots

Salary: R695,800 per annum

Piloting is one of the most sophisticated, professional, and skill demanding job, in the same ranks with professions like Medicine.

To become a pilot, individuals go through many years of training and must earn several certificates and licenses to qualify as a pilot. On the side, there might be a fulfilment to piloting. Flying in the sky, from one place to another, especially intercontinental travel.

3. Lawyers

Salary: R655,000 per annum

Lawyers are still, very much among the highest paid professionals in South Africa. Individuals, businesses, and governments require legal representation and advice.

4. IT Managers

Salary: R620,230 per annum

What IT managers do is that they oversee tech-related operations in a business. It is their duty to build more cost-efficient and cost-effective systems to meet organisational needs.

5. Medical Specialists

Salary: R616,000 per annum

As sophisticated and requiring high skills as piloting, medicine careers require training taking years, as much as 9 years for general practitioners, and specialists must still undergo advanced education and clinical training.

6. Air Traffic Controller

Salary: R580,000

Air traffic controllers are in charge of traffic in air travel. You are familiar with road traffic. In the air, it is quite different. Air traffic controllers make sure aeroplanes fly at safe distances from one another.

7. Petroleum Engineer

Salary: R570,000 per annum

The main job of a petroleum engineer happens at an oil refinery where they drill to draw up crude oil. It takes about 5-6 years to obtain a degree in Petroleum Engineering.

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8. Actuary

Salary: R550,000

An actuary deals with the organisation’s financial impact risk and uncertainty. They assess and examine the potential uncertain events bring like the current coronavirus, and they assess what impact potential financial losses will bring.

9. Chartered Accountant

Salary: R435,000

Accountants are very important. They are needed in businesses both big and small, private firm or government organization, etc. They give financial advice, make sure of accuracy and provide trusted information regarding financial records, and audit accounts.

10. Management Consultant

Salary: R390,000 minimum

A major task a management consultant does is to aid organizations in achieving and attaining in their performance, a massive improvement.

They analyse the organisation’s existing problems and challenges and then develop a plan or ideas to help overcome the problems and challenges.

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