- Women earn $1,280 per week
Education administrators are responsible for planning, managing and overseeing the operations and activities of educational institutions, such as primary schools, colleges or school boards. Job titles in this field include principal, superintendent and dean, with salary and tasks varying by role.
To become an educational administrator, you will likely need to obtain a master's degree and complete certain licensing requirements. Many administrators also boast more than a decade of experience working in education, according to PayScale.
Among the top-paying jobs for women, education administrator comes in at No. 18, but does not appear in the 20 highest-paying jobs for men, according to BLS data.
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