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When considering a career change, numerous factors come into play. For some, the desire to follow a passion is important, while others prioritize achieving a better work-life balance. Regardless of your motive, the salary offered is undoubtedly a crucial piece that will influence your decision to accept or decline a new job opportunity.

If you want to go back to school for a career, check out the jobs mentioned below. If further education is not an option, there's no need to worry; you'll also find a list of the top 50 highest-paying jobs in Minnesota that don't demand a degree.

Zippia determined the highest-paying jobs in Minnesota by looking at data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Office of Personnel Management. In their report, Zippia looked at 800 jobs in the state to pinpoint the ones that offer the highest compensation.

The Highest Paying Jobs in Minnesota For 2024

It's not surprising that many of the top-earning professionals in Minnesota work in healthcare; however, don't let that discourage you. There are plenty of other high-paying careers listed below that don't require an advanced education.

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Chief Medical Officer, the person who oversees the daily operations of a hospital, was the top-paying job. The average salary for this job is $216,096.

The rest of the top 10 include: Finance Services Director  Medical Director, Associate Medical Director, Primary Care Physician, President Of Operations, Senior Vice President-Operations, Acute Care Physician, Resident Physician In Radiology, and  Executive Vice President of Marketing.

Highest-paying jobs in Minnesota that don't require a college degree

Stacker ranked the 50 highest-paying jobs in Minnesota that don't require a college degree, using annual compensation data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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