C-Suite executives are known for pulling in a pretty penny. But as it turns out, doctors make even more.
That's right: On average, those sporting scrubs and stethoscopes bring home fatter paychecks than those donning suits and ties, according to the latest US Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates survey.
The survey, which reflects May 2015 salary and employment datagathered from more than 1 million businesses, found that nine of the nation's top 10 highest-paying occupations are in the medical field.
The best-paying job of all: anesthesiologist.