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20 Jobs You're Most (and Least) Likely to Live Paycheck to Paycheck

GOBankingRates Logo By Cameron Huddleston of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 23: Most people have to work to pay the bills. Whether you struggle to cover your expenses or have more than enough depends, in large part, on the type of work you do.
To determine which jobs are most and least likely to leave you living paycheck to paycheck, GOBankingRates used wage estimates for all occupations from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Then we used the annual cost of living for a single adult in the U.S. — $29,027 — to determine how much of a shortfall or surplus there would be for the jobs with the lowest and highest annual median pay.
Click through to see 10 jobs that could make you rich.

Living Paycheck to Paycheck

Most people have to work to pay the bills. Whether you struggle to cover your expenses or have more than enough depends, in large part, on the type of work you do.

To determine which jobs are most and least likely to leave you living paycheck to paycheck, GOBankingRates used wage estimates for all occupations from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Then we used the annual cost of living for a single adult in the U.S. — $29,027 — to determine how much of a shortfall or surplus there would be for the jobs with the lowest and highest annual median pay.

Click through to see 10 jobs that could make you rich.

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