"Gaming manager" is the official Bureau of Labor Statistics term, but you might know these folks as casino managers. If you "plan, direct, or coordinate gaming operations," you fall under this category, and it's a pretty nice place to be. The best/luckiest make $119,950 annually. And since they actually run the games, they're probably smart enough not to lose it all on black.
We know the guys directing electricity from the plants to the grid need plenty of on-the-job training. But when a snowstorm takes out your power for three days straight, it's hard not to get a little skeptical (and salty) about their pay, which goes up to $107,880.