How to Earn Six Figures as a Personal Assistant

Forget all those Devil Wears Prada stories you hear about beleaguered and belittled personal assistants whose lives are consumed by ego-maniacal tyrants paying them pennies per hour. There plenty of interesting jobs out there with kind-hearted, wealthy people who are willing to pay more than $100,000 per year, plus bonuses, gifts and perks, to someone they can trust with their children, credit cards, social security numbers -- basically with their lives.

If you're responsible, resourceful and thick skinned, "personal assistant" might be for you.