14. Occupational Therapists.
When it comes to caring and rehabilitating individuals, an occupational therapist is one of the best at their trade. An occupational therapist works to help improve and regain function in the body by strengthening or adapting small movements in the body to accommodate the individual. There are a variety of settings in which an occupational therapist can work, but many choose to work in hospitals and school settings. While there tends to be more women than men in this profession, women make more and the pay grade ranges between $60,000 to about $100,000 per year. Most occupational therapists hold a doctorate degree and require pretty advanced education as well.