Dear Valued Visitor,

We have noticed that you are using an ad blocker software.

Although advertisements on the web pages may degrade your experience, our business certainly depends on them and we can only keep providing you high-quality research based articles as long as we can display ads on our pages.

To view this article, you can disable your ad blocker and refresh this page or simply login.

We only allow registered users to use ad blockers. You can sign up for free by clicking here or you can login if you are already a member.

15 Best Paying Jobs for Women: List of Trades for Females

Page 1 of 16

For all those open minded and hard working women out there who aren’t afraid of getting their hands dirty (literally) here’s a list of 15 best paying jobs for women: list of trades for females. 

When discussing a list of careers for women, trades usually don’t make the top of the list. According to The Digerati Life, typical female occupations are the following: dental hygienists, child care workers, payroll and timekeeping clerks, hairdressers, receptionists, etc. Some of them are very good paying jobs for women without a degree, such as a dental hygienist. You could be earning around $68,000. As for our list, some jobs don’t require a degree, though proper apprenticeship is a must. Still, there is one issue when discussing best jobs for women, and that is the gender gap. It’s not fair, but it’s true that men generally earn more than women. If you wish to have a job which is 100% equally paid to both men and women, Mental Effort has a curious idea. Why don’t you become the president of the United States? The salary of $400,000 is the same for both sexes!

15 Best Paying Jobs for Women: List of Trades for Females

one photo/

However, we are going to deal with best trades for women, so let’s start with the definition of the word “trade.” Most probably you are assuming plumbers, carpenters or electricians to be found here. That’s fair enough, but there is more to it than meets the eye. A trade is “an occupation requiring manual or mechanical skill.” For that reason, the list comprises female trades or jobs that involve some manual work. Some of them are even done in the office, but there is always some manual work involved, or at least going to the construction site. You will see there are no stereotypical female jobs here. But let’s not spoil all the fun (there will be some fun jobs for women, too). Here is how we compiled to our list.

First, we started off with Trade-schools and checked what jobs they are offering, as the best jobs for females. There were lots of occupations that are highly recommendable for women such as software developer, but it doesn’t include manual work so that one and similar suggestions were ruled out. Next, we checked at Quartz which jobs you are almost paid as much as your male colleagues, or even more (gasp) and added them to the list. Women in technology? A success, rather than a surprise. The Chicago Tribune was a part of our research for some inspiring success stories. The last thing that was to be done is to range the jobs according to their median annual salary, from the lowest to the highest (on two points we consulted with Sokanu). We have also included a short description of the occupations with their pros and cons so you could know what to expect.

By the way, if money is your primary reason for reading this, check out 11 Best Paying Jobs for Women in America and 8 Highest Paying Vocational Careers. Also, there are several businesses at 10 Most Profitable Businesses You Could Start with Little Money that could especially be appealing to women entrepreneurs. In addition, if you are from India, we can tell you that best jobs for females in India are definitely located in the government sector.

Finally, ladies, it’s time to check out 15 best paying jobs for women: list of trades for females and show the (men’s) world how things are done!

Page 1 of 16