Want to make over a hundred thousand dollars a year in Montana?  Here is a list of jobs, from Indeed, that have salaries of one hundred thousand dollars a year or more.  (You may want to start looking for colleges.)


Financial Manager, salary $109,000

A financial manager manages the finances of a business and keeps them on track to reduce risks and remain profitable.

Pharmacist, salary $116,000

A Pharmacist fills medication orders, counsels clients and sometimes gives vaccines.

Surgeon, $126,000

A Surgeon will operate on a patient to repair any health problems.

Pediatrician, $130,000

A Pediatrician is a doctor who specializes in the treatment of youth from birth to young adulthood.

Nurse Practitioner, $133,000

A Nurse Practitioner meets with patients to diagnose and treat medical conditions and prescribe medication.


Psychiatrist, $161,000

A Psychiatrist meets with patients to diagnose and treat mental health conditions.

Dentist, $165,000

A Dentist provides oral care to improve the health of teeth and gums.

Engineering Manager, $191,000

Oversees engineering projects.

Orthodontist, $193,000

An Orthodontist is a specialized dentist who treats and diagnoses teeth and jaw misalignment issues.

Periodontist, $210,000

A Periodontist is another kind of specialized dentist treating gums and bones in the mouth and jaw.

Family Medicine Physician, $241,000

A General Physician sees patients of all ages for general medical treatments.


 Anesthesiologist, $435,000

An Anesthesiologist is a doctor who administers anesthesia to patients and monitors them as they wake up.

Dermatologist, $441,000

A Dermatologist is a doctor who specializes in hair, skin and nails.

Do I really have to say it?  To get the big money, you need to get a college education.  Anyone can tell you different, but the numbers are right there.

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