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(CareerBuilder.com) -- If shopping were an Olympic sport, you'd take home the gold every time. But where does someone with that kind of talent work? Can your knack for sniffing out sales translate to anything you can use in the working world?
Absolutely -- all you have to do is know where to look. Here are some jobs that can help you transform your good taste and budget-minded behavior into a steady paycheck:
1. Personal Assistant
What it pays: The median annual salary is $36,596.*
2. Fashion Merchandiser
What it pays: Salaries can reach up to $156,000.
3. Interior Designer
What it pays: The median annual salary is $40,670.
What it pays: The median annual salary is $41,500.
5. Purchasing Buyer
What it pays: The median annual salary for wholesale and retail buyers, except farm products, is $42,230.
6. Event Coordinator
What it pays: The median annual salary is $35,000.
7. Food Critic
What it pays: The median annual salary for writers is $44,350. Food critics salaries may be higher or lower based on notoriety, culinary knowledge and the publication for which they work.
8. Senior Shopping Concierge
What it pays: The median annual salary for personal assistants is $36,596.
9. Wardrobe Assistant
What it pays: The rate of pay depends on the budget of the industry and production as well as the experience of the employee.
10. Customer Service Evaluator (Mystery Shopper)
What it pays: Part-time workers can earn $10 to $40 per hour. Full-time workers have an annual earning potential of up to $50,000.
*Salary information from The Bureau of Labor Statistics, Payscale.com and Fabjobs.com
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