You probably think that it takes an advanced degree and years of experience to score a high-paying job, right? While a formal education and significant experience in the field are required to begin earning the big bucks in many industries, there are actually some entry-level jobs that pay quite the pretty penny. Not surprisingly, many of these jobs are in the growing industry of technology. Comparably, a website that collects anonymous salary data and other work-related information, conducted an analysis to determine which jobs in the tech field pay the most at the earliest levels of experience (1-3 years). They compiled their results into a list based on an analysis of more than 19,000 anonymous salary records for employees at small, mid-size and large public and private U.S. technology companies, collected between March 2016 and 2017. Here are the six highest-paying jobs that came out of their research, and they all pay $90,000 or more. The salaries listed are median salaries for each role.